During which of the following processes does a glucose molecule break down

During which of the following processes does a glucose molecule break down into ethanol? Aerobic respiration, Alcoholic fermentation, Lactic acid fermentation, Photosynthesis

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Solution 1

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Answer:

Alcoholic fermentation

Explanation:

Alcoholic fermentation is an anaerobic process executed by yeasts, molds and some bacteria, which cause chemical changes in organic substances.

Alcoholic fermentation has the biological function of supplying energy to microorganisms in the absence of oxygen. To achieve this, the glucose molecules are dissociated and in this way the energy required to survive is obtained, producing ethanol and CO2 as products.

Solution 2

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Alchoholic fermentation

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