Aerobic

Life or processes that require, or are not destroyed by, the presence of oxygen. (See: anaerobic.)

aerobic

(Humans as organisms) with oxygen

Aerobic

An organism requiring free oxygen for respiration eg. areobic bacteria, may be facultative or obligate.

aerobic

Type: Term Pronunciation: ār-ō′bik Definitions: 1. Living in air. 2. Relating to an aerobe. Synonyms: aerophilic, aerophilous
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aerobic

Pertaining to the presence of free oxygen. Aerobic organisms require oxygen for their life processes.
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Aerobic

Usually used for describing a characteristic of compost heaps. Describes organisms living or occurring only in the presence of oxygen.
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Aerobic

Life or processes that require, or are not destroyed by, the presence of oxygen. (See anaerobic.)
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aerobic

With the qualities of an aerobe.
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aerobic

[adj] - based on or using the principles of aerobics 2. [adj] - depending on free oxygen or air
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Aerobic

(1) microorganisms that require oxygen for their respiratory processes; (2) an environment in which oxygen is available
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Aerobic

An organism, such as top fermenting ale yeast, which needs oxygen to metabolise.
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Aerobic

Requiring or occurring in the presence of oxygen. See also: Anaerobic, Oxygen.
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aerobic

Requiring dioxygen.
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Aerobic

living or occurring only in the presence of oxygen.
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Aerobic

Operating in the presence of Oxygen
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Aerobic

With oxygen
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Aerobic

Exercise in which energy needed is supplied by oxygen inspired and is required for sustained periods of vigorous exercise with a continually high pulse rate.
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Aerobic

Any organism which requires oxygen in order to live.
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Aerobic

Aerobic: Oxygen-requiring. Aerobic bacteria need oxygen to grow. Aerobic exercise requires the heart and lungs to work harder to meet the body's increased oxygen demand.
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Aerobic

literally, 'with oxygen.' Aerobic exercise is the body's process of producing energy with oxygen in the bloodstream. Byproducts are carbon dioxide and water (breathing and perspiration). It's great for burning fat and strengthening your heart and lungs.
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Aërobic

A`ër·o'bic adjective (Biol.) Growing or thriving only in the presence of oxygen; also, pertaining to, or induced by, aërobies; as, aërobic fermentation. -- A`ër*o'bic*al*ly adverb
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aerobic

1. <chemistry> Having molecular oxygen present. ... 2. <microbiology> Growing, living or occurring in the presence of molecular oxygen. Bacteria that require oxygen to survive (aerobic bacteria). The used of aerobic microbes to break down raw sewage (aerobic waste treatment). ... 3. <physiology> Requiring oxygen for respiration. ....
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aerobic

aerophilic adjective depending on free oxygen or air; `aerobic fermentation`
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aerobic

pertaining to an aerobe. having molecular oxygen present. designed to increase oxygen consumption by the body.
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Aerobic

• (a.) Growing or thriving only in the presence of oxygen; also, pertaining to, or induced by, aerobies; as, aerobic fermentation.
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