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[F]erments, properly so-called, are living beings, that the germs of microscopic organisms abound in the surface of all objects, in the air and in water.
The Germ Theory and Its Applications
Louis
Pasteur
Harvard Classics, Vol. 38, Part 7
 
Scientific Papers
 
Louis Pasteur
 
These papers describing the process of fermentation and the discovery of germs would revolutionize medicine.
 
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CONTENTS
Bibliographic Record
NEW YORK: P.F. COLLIER & SON COMPANY, 1909–14
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2001
 
 
Introductory Note
Dedication
Author’s Preface
  1. The Physiological Theory of Fermentation
    1. On the Relations Existing Between Oxygen and Yeast
    2. Fermentation in Saccharine Fruits Immersed in Carbonic Acid Gas
    3. Reply to Certain Critical Observations of the German Naturalists, Oscar Brefeld and Moritz Traube
    4. Fermentation of Dextro-Tartrate of Lime
    5. Another Example of Life Without Air–Fermentation of Lactate of Lime
    6. Reply to the Critical Observations of Liebig, Published in 1870
  2. The Germ Theory and Its Applications to Medicine and Surgery
  3. On the Extension of the Germ Theory to the Etiology of Certain Common Diseases


 
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