Anaerobic

A life or process that occurs in, or is not destroyed by, the absence of oxygen.

anaerobic

(Humans as organisms) without oxygen

Anaerobic

(1) Absence of molecular oxygen.
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Anaerobic

(1) microorganisms that do not require oxygen for their respiratory processes; (2) an environment in which oxygen is not available
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anaerobic

(a=not + aeros + bios) see aerobic
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anaerobic

(Say: an - air - o - bick) - Cycling or exercising at a pace that causes labored breathing because you're struggling to get enough oxygen. Obviously, you can't keep at it for long.
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anaerobic

[adj] - not aerobic 2. [adj] - living or active in the absence of free oxygen
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Anaerobic

• (a.) Relating to, or like, anaerobies; anaerobiotic. • (a.) Not requiring air or oxygen for life; -- applied especially to those microbes to which free oxygen is unnecessary; anaerobiotic; -- opposed to aerobic.
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anaerobic

anaerobiotic adjective living or active in the absence of free oxygen; `anaerobic bacteria`
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Anaërobic

An·a`ë·rob'ic adjective (Biol.) Relating to, or like, anaërobies; anaërobiotic.
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anaerobic

1. Lacking molecular oxygen. ... 2. Growing, living or occurring in the absence of molecular oxygen, pertaining to an anaerobe. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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anaerobic

1. lacking molecular oxygen. 2. growing, living, or occurring in the absence of molecular oxygen; pertaining to an anaerobe.
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anaerobic

a condition in which free molecular oxygen is absent.
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Anaerobic

A life or process that occurs in, or is not destroyed by, the absence of oxygen.
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Anaerobic

A process that does not utilize oxygen or may require the absence of it.
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ANAEROBIC

Able to grow in the absence of oxygen.
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Anaerobic

Able to live and grow where there is no air or free oxygen.
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Anaerobic

able to live and grow where there is no air.
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Anaerobic

An environment, such as a soil, that has no oxygen. Bacteria require oxygen to live, so the absence of this gas will mean the absence of bacteria. This means the preservation of things that bacteria usually be destroyed will survive.
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Anaerobic

An organism that can live with out atmospheric oxygen.
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Anaerobic

An organism that can live with out atmospheric oxygen.
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Anaerobic

An organism which does not require oxygen in order to live.
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Anaerobic

An organism, such as a bottom-fermenting lager yeast, that is able to metabolize without oxygen present.
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anaerobic

anaerobic 1. Having to do with or occurring in the absence of atmospheric oxygen or air. 2. Relating to living or growing where there is no atmospheric oxygen. Anaerobic bacteria get their oxygen by decomposing compounds containing oxygen.
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Anaerobic

Anaerobic: Not requiring oxygen. Anaerobic bacteria do not need oxygen to grow; in fact, oxygen is usually toxic to them. An anaerobic environment lacks oxygen.
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