The two most common types of fermentation are ethanol fermentation and lactic acid fermentation, but other types include mixed acid fermentation, butyric acid fermentation, caproate fermentation and butanol fermentation.... More »

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A Durham fermentation tube is a small test tube that is inverted and placed in a larger test tube filled with a carbohydrate broth. Common sugars used to make the broth include glucose, sucrose and lactose, explains a Po... More »

Sugars do not produce positive results in a fermentation test. Fermentation is the process in which sugars are converted into a different chemical product. In a fermentation test, specific sugars are used to determine th... More »

Lactic acid fermentation and alcohol fermentation result in different products and occur in different places. Fermentation is the process of converting a sugar to an acid, gas or alcohol, and it is common throughout the ... More »

Human muscle cells, fungi and some bacteria undergo lactic acid fermentation, while yeast cells undergo alcoholic fermentation. Both processes take place in the cells' cytoplasm. More »

The two main types of anaerobic respiration are alcoholic fermentation and lactic acid fermentation. These methods of respiration occur when the amount of oxygen available is too low to support aerobic respiration. More »

The two most common types of stomach viruses, or gastroenteritis, are the rotavirus and the norovirus, with the norovirus ranking as slightly more common in the United States, as of 2015, according to WebMD and the Cente... More »

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