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anaerobe

, anaerobium
an organism that does not require oxygen for respiration

anaerobe

[′an·ə‚rōb]
(biology)
An organism that does not require air or free oxygen to maintain its life processes.
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SeaGas will build a storage system to support a year-long anaerobic digestion operation which must allow for different types of seaweed and their availability.
Kaffka and Crohn said participation by any interested ANR researchers, campus-based scientists or anaerobic digestion industry participants would be welcome.
The company announced earlier this year its decision to send its vegetative overs, representing nearly 100 percent of their discards including fruit and vegetative peels, strawberry tops, corn husks and pineapple cores, to Harvest Power's anaerobic digester in Orlando, Fla.
This is the desirable state of affairs in marathoning, and is known as running just below your anaerobic threshold.
Three cultures were used in this study: i) a mixed co-culture comprising a diverse range of anaerobic fungi and methanogens derived from a goat rumen (Cheng et al.
The Congress is held only once in every three years as part of the IWA Anaerobic Digestion Specialist Group conference series, which were conceived as an international forum for discussion on state-of-the-art anaerobic bioprocesses.
He continued saying the use at non-nuclear submarines of anaerobic power plants would add to their level of secrecy, would reduce further the noise, increase endurance, which "undoubtedly will have a positive impact on effectiveness of their combat missions," Itar-Tass reported.
Dr Sandra Esteves, director of the Wales Centre of Excellence for Anaerobic Digestion, University of Glamorgan; www.
MBI scientists created mutant strains for anaerobic production of succinate from biomass sugars, resulting in yields of approximately 1 gram of succinate from 1 gram of glucose.
The associations between acute endometritis and black-pigmented gram-negative rods, anaerobic gram-positive cocci, and BV remained significant after excluding the 41% of women infected with N.
They looked at the associations between endometritis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae, Chlamydia trachomatis, anaerobic bacteria, facultative bacteria, lactobacilli, and bacterial vaginosis (BV) in 278 women from the PID Evaluation and Clinical Health Study.