Fermentation Essays

  • Apple Vinegar (ACV)

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    Apple cider vinegar or ACV is the product obtained by the fermentation of apple cider. The chemical reaction occurs during the process of fermentation, sugar which is present in the apple first broken down into bacteria and then yeast and finally into vinegar. Like the normal vinegar apple cider vinegar also contains acetic acid and some lactic, citric and malic acid. Apple cider vinegar is in various color not like white vinegar, it is in light yellow color. This is often sold without pasteurization

  • Eau De Vie Summary

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    Eau de Vie production also supports fruit farmers; since it is a fruit brandy its demand for quality fruit is increasing. Marketers discuss that such drink is a white spirit for people who like whiskey, according to the article. The process of fermentation and distillation used to produce the spirit, are the main chemistry concepts that link this article to the course. According to Dunn, the production of Eau de Vie consists of fruits like pears, apples, or raspberries being fermented and twice

  • Rhetorical Analysis: How To Brew Beer

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    There was a clear cut attention getter, which lead into his thesis, preview, and so on. His three points were presented in a sequential order: the mashing, the boiling, and lastly the fermentation. This is something I am sure the audience appreciated as sometimes it is harder to inform others on a recipe or process out of the specific order it happens in. The sequential order provides not only for better structure and comprehension of what

  • Composition Of Grape Essay

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    COMPOSITION OF GRAPE Analytical studies conducted have successfully characterized the physical and chemical compositions of grape. It was reported that every single part of grape contains different composition and constituent. 1. Physical Composition The essential parts of the grape are skin, pulp and seeds. The skin is an outer layer that cover the grape. It is made up of six to ten layers of thick walled cells. The outer surface of the skin (epidermis) is covered with a wax-like coating called

  • Scuppernong Research Paper

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    Everything You Need to Know About Scuppernongs What are Scuppernongs? Scuppernong is a variety of muscadine grape. It is native to the North California and named after Scuppernong river and lake Scuppernong near which, it was first spotted and cultivated. It is bronze or greenish-golden in color and similar to white grapes in appearance. As compared to the normal grapes, which are commonly found in our Indian markets, scuppernongs are larger and rounder. Scuppernongs are slightly less sweet than

  • Chenin Blanc Grape Analysis

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    20 hours. However if the temperature is too low, the yeast would be "cold shocked"; although low temperatures may help to preserve the aroma but it will slow the activity rate of yeasts, thus resulting in the lag phase and fermentation activity will be stuck. When fermentation is stuck, microorganism (yeast) growth rate will be reduced and they will minimally consume sugar to convert them to ethanol. To improve and avoid these in the

  • The Importance Of Wine In Everyday Life

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    Introduction Wine is a beverage that used to drink with food and without it. There are various types of wine its own flavors. People pair food with wine to get good taste. Even there are some dishes that have wine in its making ingredients. Using wine with food caused some misconceptions about pairing. People think that there are specific wines that are used with specific foods; fallacies about bottles and stelvins; wine glasses etc.. Wine as an alcoholic beverage Wine in everyday life Wine

  • Dionysus: The God Of Wine

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    Dionysus/ Bacchus Dionysus is the God of the grape harvest, winemaking, pleasure, vegetation, and festivity (Atsma). Dionysus is the son of Zeus and Semele (Atsma). Dionysus was a male, with a beard and a robe usually holding a staff with a pine-cone on the top( Atsma). His home is the Mount Olympus, although he was born on Mt. Nysa (Atsma). It is said that he was worshiped between 1500-100 BC. Dionysus was viewed as kind and widely worshiped. He is known for his odd birth and for his obsession

  • Seña Wine Research Paper

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    The seña wine is a red bordeaux blend which originates from Chile, Aconcagua valley. The different types of wines that are formed together to make the red bordeaux blend is Cabernet Sauvigon, Carmenère, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. The flavours that are tasted in the wine are mainly dependant on the great climatic conditions that the grapes have been gown in. The picking of the grapes have to be done at different time periods in order to have all the necessary different grape varieties

  • Inflated Balloon Experiment Essay

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    DEFINITION AND DESCRIPTION OF THE TASK The researcher will conduct an inflated balloon experiment. This experiment will allow the audience to understand clearly, "Charles' Law" and "Kinetic Molecular Theory" respectively. It will use extremely low and extremely high temperature so that the audience can evaluate the significant difference on the balloon size. The students shall be competent in presenting a laboratory experiment because it is one way to get involve in the lessons taught in school

  • Lycopene Lab Report

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    1. INTRODUCTION Lycopene is natural red color pigment that builds up of photochemical that mostly found in a red colored fruits or vegetables such as tomato, pink guava, watermelon, papaya and pink grapefruits. In 1876, Millardet was first who discovered this red pigment in tomato and later on, Schunck named it as lycopene (Kong, et al., 2010). It belongs to carotenoid group with lack of beta ionic terminal ring. Due to this, lycopene been known as not a pro-vitamin A carotenoid groups which cannot

  • Yeast Fermentation Report

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    Alcoholic fermentation of yeast depends both on the concentration of substrate and yeast Abstract The glycolytic pathway is thought to have evolved from by chance from independently evolving enzymes. It is now a complex system that is responsible for break-down of glucose and other sugars. The break-down of these sugars enables organisms to harvest stored in them in a form of ATP. The glycolytic pathway produces a net yield of two ATPs. Yeast undergo fermentation and produce ethanol and carbon dioxide

  • Bulk Fermentation Process

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    This is the second step. During fermentation, from a rough dense mass lacking extensibility and with poor gas holding properties, the dough slowly changes into a smooth, extensible dough with good gas holding properties. As the yeast cells grow, the gluten protein pieces clump together to

  • Yeast Fermentation Lab

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    Title: How Ph Levels Affected the Fermentation of Beer Hypothesis: The beer will be left with more sugar deposit as the Ph levels increase because alpha/beta -amylase will no longer function. Predictions: Alcohol Percentage Analysis for the Control and the Experimental During this experiment, the pH level was increased, therefore Alpha-Amylase was favored. Due to the nature of Alpha-Amylase cutting randomly through a large carbohydrate molecule, it leaves bigger sugars in the flask, which cannot

  • Fermentation In Horses Essay

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    exceed those maximums if on good pastures); therefore, forage or forage substitutes should be the major components of an equine ration. The main sites of fermentation in horses are in the cecum and large colons, where products of microbial fermentation, such as volatile fatty acids, amino acids, and vitamins, are also absorbed. Microbial fermentation also occurs in the stomach and small intestine to lesser degrees, depending on the type of feed. Enzymatic digestion of carbohydrates, protein, and fats

  • Fermentation Process In Yeast

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    A.  Purpose:  The purpose of this experiment is to observe the fermentation process in yeast and how yeast reproduces through budding. The way yeast reproduces according to Exploring Creation With Biology 2nd Edition is: Most yeasts have a form of asexual reproduction, called budding, at their disposal. When a yeast buds, the nucleus of the cell reproduces inside a single cell. According to MicroPop yeast can reproduce sexually in this way: In sexual reproduction, a single yeast cell

  • Lab Report On Fermentation

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    Joshua Miller 12/18/17 Fermentation Lab report Introduction The term fermentation refers to the chemical breakdown of a substance by bacteria, yeasts, or other microorganisms, typically involving effervescence and the giving off of heat (wikipedia). Sugars are converted to ethyl alcohol when fermentation happens. In this experiment we determined if yeast cells undergo fermentation when placed in a closed flask with no oxygen. Glucose and yeast are mixed together in a closed flask and allowed

  • Ph Affect The Fermentation Of Yeast

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    Introduction - Research Question: How does the change in pH affect the fermentation of yeast and its effect on the product ethanol? Yeast: Yeast are unicellular microscopic organisms that are able to by budding and are used to convert sugars into alcohol and carbon dioxide. It is a member of the kingdom of fungi where currently there are over 1500 different species and strains of yeast. Yeast can be found almost anywhere, whether it is animals plants or soil. The cellular structure of yeast is

  • How Does Temperature Affect Yeast Fermentation

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    What is the effect of temperatures 10°C , 20°C, 40°C, 60°C and 70°C ± 1/°C on yeast fermentation when baking bread? ii. Aim: The focal aim of this experiment is to investigate the effect that temperature has on the growth and respiration of yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) fermentation. iii. Background Information: Yeast fermentation is directly affected by the change in temperature, because the rate of chemical reactions is affected by temperature. If the yeast has been exposed to its optimum

  • Similarities Between Cellular Respiration And Photosynthesis

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    What are the similarities and difference between cellular respiration, fermentation, and photosynthesis? Well, cellular respiration is a series of chemical reactions that convert into energy in food molecules into a usable form of energy called ATP. Fermentation is a reaction that eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells can use to obtain energy from food when oxygen levels are low. Photosynthesis is a series of chemical reactions that convert light energy, water, and CO2 into the food-energy molecule glucose