Answer: Fermentation is the breakdown of organic matter by microorganisms. Some microorganisms will only be active at low temperatures and some will only be active at higher temperatures. This means that some types of fermentation will require higher temperatures simply because that is the environment that the microorganisms require but other types do not.
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