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pg. 3 49806475 9.11 Compare the fate of pyruvate in alcohol fermentation and lactic acid fermentation in tabular format Alcohol fermentation Lactic Acid fermentation Combines the hydrogen and the pyruvic acid formed in glycolysis to produce ethyl CO2is given off as a by-product. Energy in glucose remains in the bonds of ethyl alcohol molecule. Combines pyruvic acid and hydrogen from glycolysis to form lactic acid. When O2is available, animal muscle cells switch from aerobic respiration to lactic acid fermentation. Lactic accumulates, but it is gradually carried to the liver where it is converted back to pyruvate when O2 becomes available. Study unit10 10.4 Explain the different between cytokinesis in the plant and animals cells. Cytokinesis is the division of the cytoplasm In animal cell the cell membrane pinches together and a furrow or groove forms along the equator. It form a cleavage furrow. The groove deepens until the cell membrane separates resulting into two daughter cells. In animal cell does not form a cell plate. A plant cell has a relatively rigid cell wall that prevent the cell from dividing by pinching. In the plant cell, a cell plate is formed in the middle of the dividing cell from membrane vesicles produced by the cell’s Golgi bodies. Eventually build a cell

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