Of course you did Tricia!!!!!
Tina, you must be schooled like Elaine!
Maybe I'm part Pentailed Treeshrew!
Ethanol is a byproduct of the metabolic process of yeast. As such, ethanol will be present in any yeast habitat. Ethanol can commonly be found in overripe fruit.
Ethanol produced by symbiotic yeast can be found in Bertam Palm
blossoms. Although some animal species such as the Pentailed Treeshrew
exhibit ethanol-seeking behaviors, most show no interest or avoidance of food sources containing ethanol.
Ethanol is also produced during the germination of many plants as a result of natural anerobiosis
Ethanol has been detected in outer space
, forming an icy coating around dust grains in interstellar clouds
dx ILC/dcis excisional biopsy 5/30/08
r segmental mast (partial) snb 6/4
node neg stage1 gr ll
er+/pr- Her2 - Oncotype Dx 11
R mast 9/22/08 w DIEP
BRCA 1 & 2 NEG