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fermentology (s) (noun), fermentologies (pl)
The science that specializes not only in the study of alcoholic beverages, but also in other forms of food: The "pasteurization" of milk is no doubt one of the most significant results of fermentology.

Other results of fermentologies include such sugary or starchy materials as cactus juice, potatoes, wild fruits, rye, and sugar cane.

Lord Joseph Lister (1827-1912), a British surgeon, applied the principles of fermentology to surgical infections and developed the theory that "infection was due to the passage of minute bodies capable of self multiplication from an infector to an infected person".

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