anabiosis

[n] - suspended animation in organisms during periods of extreme drought from which they revive when moisture returns
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anabiosis

Resuscitation after apparent death. ... Origin: G. A reviving, fr. Ana, again, + biosis, life ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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anabiosis

noun suspended animation in organisms during periods of extreme drought from which they revive when moisture returns
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anabiosis

(an″ә-bi-o´sis) restoration of life processes after their apparent cessation.
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anabiosis

anabiosis 1. Restoration of vital processes after their apparent cessation. 2. A revival or resuscitation of life; returning to life. 3. The condition of an organism that has passed into a resting stage, that is cyclic or seasonal, but produced by a change in the environment; such as, the loss of moisture.
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anabiosis

Type: Term Pronunciation: an′ă-bī-ō′sis Definitions: 1. Resuscitation after apparent death.
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anabiosis

A temporary state of reduced metabolism in which metabolic activity is absent or undetectable. One manifestation of it is cryptobiosis.
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anabiosis

return to life after apparent death
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