zymotic


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zymotic

(zī-mŏt′ĭk)
Rel. to or produced by fermentation.
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The zymotic model of relations between environment and organism stresses the aggressive, active nature of an infectious environment that causes change in other bodies.
In a tactical restructuring of the zymotic model, to be sick in the midst of such torturing conditions is a robustly subversive form of health.
William Canniff was influenced by British and American theories of disease causation and prevention and he was a firm believer in zymotic theory.