Name One Commercial Use of Lactic Acid Fermentation?

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One commercial use of lactic acid fermentation can be found in dairy products, like yogurt. Lactic acid fermentation is a process that converts glucose, fructose, and sucrose into cellular energy. For yogurt, milk is mixed with bacteria that is harmless. The most common bacterias are Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus. The United States requires all yogurts to have these bacterias. The bacteria is what gives the yogurt its taste. Additional bacterias are added to probiotic yogurt.
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Lactic acid fermentation is when sugars are being converted into cellular energy. Glucose, fructose and sucrose are the sugars that are converted.
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ATP Yield Lactic acid fermentation yields only two molecules of ATP per molecule of glucose, while aerobic respiration produces 36 molecules of ATP, most of which comes from the electron
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Glucose is stored, then broken down and is used for energy.
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one of most common is: feremented items like youghurt & curdled milk items. Source(s) i ve seen it in factory,
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