Saccharomyces cereviceae. Common name: yeast Eukaryotic Unicellular Cell wall made of chitin Heterotrophic decomposer Asexual reproduction by budding Facultative anaerobe 6,275 genes In nature, found on plants, fruits, and grains Used to make bread, beer, and wine.
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