What products are formed and how many ATP molecules are stored in yeast cells during alcoholic fermentation as a result of the breakdown of 15 glucose molecules?
1) The breakdown of glucose in yeast cells occurs along the path of alcoholic fermentation, the products of which are ethyl alcohol and carbon dioxide
2) one glucose molecule is split with the formation of 2 ATP molecules, therefore, 30 ATP molecules are formed from 15 glucose molecules.
Answer: ethyl alcohol and carbon dioxide, 30 ATP molecules
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