Colonies of yeast fail to reproduce in water but multiply in sugar solution. why?

Asked by Tanmay k | 8th Jan, 2013, 03:28: PM

Expert Answer:

This is because sugar i.e. glucose provides yeast with energy to grow and multiply in sugar solution. It fails to multiply in water because water is not a source of energy.

Answered by  | 9th Jan, 2013, 10:09: PM

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