Bacterial Fermentation

@inproceedings{Mller2001BacterialF,
  title={Bacterial Fermentation},
  author={V. M{\"u}ller},
  year={2001}
}
Under anaerobic conditions, in the dark and in the absence of electron acceptors, organic compounds are catabolized by strictly anaerobic or facultatively anaerobic bacteria by internally balanced oxidation–reduction reactions, a process called fermentation. In fermentation, the organic compound serves as both electron donor and acceptor, and adenosine triphosphate is synthesized by substrate level phosphorylation. 
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