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People have understood the importance of yeast in wine fermentation for at least two centuries.
The compounds release volatile aromatics as yeast enzymes break bonds even after the bottle is capped.
It turns out that yeasts, at least, can sometimes get genes back.
These findings suggested that the yeasts independently evolved their unicellular way of life from a multicellular ancestor.
In fact, she says, yeasts have lost a variety of genes involved in diverse metabolic pathways and reacquired them from multiple bacteria.
A later, more comprehensive analysis of yeast genomes showed that gene loss is pervasive throughout the yeast phylum.
One of the things in which she particularly excelled was potato cakes raised with yeast.
Many other substances contain fermenting qualities, and are, therefore, sometimes used as substitutes for yeast and leaven.
It throws off little or no yeast, because the fermentation was nearly finished in the tun.
In former times this was taken in the form of fresh or dried brewers' yeast, and it was, if unpleasant, a very effectual remedy.

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