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The correct sequence of anaerobic reactions in yeast is
A. Glucose `overset("Cytoplasm")to` Pyruvate `overset("Mitochondria")to` Ethanol + Carbon dioxide
B. Glucose`overset("Cytoplasm")to` Pyruvate `overset("Cytoplasm")to` Lactic acid
C. Glucose `overset("Cytoplasm")to` Pyruvate `overset("Mitochodria")to` Lactic acid
D. Glucose `overset("Cytoplasm")to` Pyruvate `overset("Cytoplasm")to` Ethanol + Carbon dioxide

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Glucose is converted into pyruvate (glycolysis , pyurvate gets converted into differsent compounds depending of the presense or absence of oxygen.

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