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They must arise spontaneously. The proponents of spontaneous generation pointed to the careful demonstrations of British investigator John T. Needham (1713–1781). He boiled beef gravy and infusions11 of plant material in vials, which he then tightly sealed with corks. ” As he explained it, there must be a “life force” that causes inanimate matter to spontaneously come to life because he had heated the vials sufficiently to kill everything. Needham’s experiments so impressed the Royal Society that they elected him a member.
Biochemistry is the study of metabolism—that is, the chemical reactions that occur in living organisms. Biochemistry began with Pasteur’s work on fermentation by yeast and bacteria and with Buchner’s discovery of enzymes in yeast extract, but by the early 1900s, many scientists thought that the metabolic reactions of microbes had little to do with the metabolism of plants and animals. In contrast, microbiologists Albert Kluyver (1888–1956) and his student C. B. van Niel (1897–1985) proposed that basic biochemical reactions are shared by all living things, that these reactions are relatively few in number, and that their primary feature is the transfer of electrons and hydrogen ions.
When Jenner then infected the boy with smallpox pus, he found that the boy had become immune23 to smallpox. ) In 1798, Jenner reported similar results from additional experiments, demonstrating the validity of the procedure he named vaccination after Vaccinia virus,24 the virus that causes cowpox. Because vaccination stimulates a long-lasting response by the body’s protective immune system, the term immunization is often used synonymously today. Jenner began the field of immunology— the study of the body’s specific defenses against pathogens.