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noun: The science of fermentation.
From Greek zym- (ferment) + -logy (science, study). Earliest documented use: 1753.
"Covering from aardvarks (do you share their DNA?) to zymology (much ado about yeast), the book takes a scientific look at a plethora of stuff."
Sharon Verbeten, et al.; Reference; Library Journal (New York); May 15, 2013.
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