|Contribution||Gave name "mycoderma" (fungal skin) to the "skin" formed on the surface of a liquid when vinegar is produced.|
|Notes||Produced by the French method, i.e., slow oxidation of wine. Thus he considered it to consist of living organisms. Named yeast Mycoderma cervisiae. Cited by Pasteur, 1860. See footnote in Lechevalier, p. 22. See 1826.|
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