there is only three types of yeast fresh yeast dried yeast and fast action yeast
it is hypothesized that some of the genes we have (if i remember correctly perhaps ones that encode for a particular enzyme in our mouths) come from yeast. Yeast is a natural dweller with the human body (for example within the vaginal tract) in addition, many of the antibiotics we have discovred today are a result of bacterial chemical warfare designed to limit the growth of yeast.
yeast reacts to sugar ( yeast+sugar= More Yeast & ethanol )
In general no. There are a number of genes that are very similar between yeast and humans. And as a rule the more similar, or conserved, a gene is across very different species the more important for life it is.
No it is not. Yeast is simply a common ingrediant in breads.
Yeast makes bread rise.
I think it is cow manure!
because its the fermentation of the yeast that gives the beer alcohol.
An ingrediant in hand senatiser....??
chickens:) is the main ingrediant in eggs not egg shell just so u peoples know!
Yeast makes bread rise so it isn't unleavened
The most important ingrediant in the diet of any animal is water every body knows that Noughat lol xxx lilz