lactic acid fermentation
A type of fermentation carried out by lactic acid bacteria in which sugar (e.g. lactose, glucose, pentose) are converted either entirely (or almost entirely) to lactic acid (homolactic fermentation) or to a mixture of lactic acid and other products (heterolactic fermentation).
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