noun, plural: unorganized ferments
A chemical substance that catalyzes or causes fermentation.
Examples of unorganized ferments are pepsin of gastric juice and ptyalin of saliva.
Also called: chemical ferment.
Compare: organized ferment.
See also: fermentation.
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