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These are fitted with attemperators, and parachutes for the removal of yeast, in much the same way as in the skimming system.
Any scab worth his yeast knew that those insect vectors were stuffed to bursting with swift and ghastly illnesses, pneumonic plague and necrotizing fasciitis among the friendlier ones.
At this time Koch knew little or nothing about the yeast soups and flasks of Pasteur, and the experiments he fussed with had the crude originality of the first cave man trying to make fire.
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Normally quiescent organisms, such as staphylococcus, yeast, pseudomonas, or escherichia, can become deadly when they colonize the surface of some foreign object implanted inside the body.
The yeast colony gorges itself on saccharides until it dies poisoned by its own excretion.
Mix in one quart of sifted bread flour, one-quarter cup of sugar, a saltspoon of salt and one-half yeast cake dissolved in one-half cup of lukewarm water.
The first sloggy grain ferments needed a purifying spice, since they were without the benefit of reliable yeasts.
They hypothesized through the study of yeast that prions may hold the key to genetic mutations, even play a role in evolution.
It replaces the diastase of malted grain and also the yeast of a European brewery.