yeast can be used to ferment starch, the result alcohol can be used as fuel
Humans have found yeast cells useful since the beginning of human culture. We use fermentation by yeast cells to produce alcohol, vinegar and leavened bread. Yeast cells are useful in research in many ways, including as a model organism for genetics research, molecular biology and medicin. Transgenic yeast cells can also be used to produce specific chemical substances not produced by wild types of yeast.
well yeast is a bacteria, so im guessing it would be an animal cell. No, this is wrong! There are 3 types of micro-organism - Virus, bacteria and fungi. Yeast is a fungi. Yeast cells have many organelles in common with both animal and plant cells but it is very difficult to assign one or the other to a yeast cell.
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