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an aqueous extract of air‐dried yeast. It will ferment glycerone (dihydroxyacetone) and, in the presence of phosphate, produces a hexose phosphate. [After Alexander Nikolaevich Lebedev (1881–1938), Russian botanist who described the preparation in 1911.]

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