by Arthur Harden
Publisher: Longmans, Green & Co. 1914
Number of pages: 176
In the following chapters, based on courses of lectures, an account is given of the work done on alcoholic fermentation since Buchner's epoch-making discovery of zymase, only in so far as it appears to throw light on the nature of that phenomenon.
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