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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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So, the next time you let one rip in company, just smile politely and say you were anaerobically digesting.
Among their topics are removing endocrine disrupting contaminants from water using macroporous molecularly imprinted selective media, copper ion exchange studies of local (in Turkey) zeolitic tuffs, the impact of calcium on struvite precipitation from anaerobically digested dairy wastewater, the design of microsieves and microsieve processes for suspension fractionation, modifying the surface of polyamide reverse osmosis membranes with hydrophilic dendritic polymers, and Ti02 nanowire free-standing membrane for concurrent filtration and photocatalytic oxidation water treatment.
Research on anaerobically treated organic waste suitability for soil fertilisation, Journal of Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management 17(4): 205-211.
Some of our technical guys found issues with microbial growth growing anaerobically in vacuum packs," said Julian Walker-Palin, Asda's head of corporate policy for sustainability.
Pittsfield, MA, recently completed the final design for an upgrade to its wastewater treatment facility, which anaerobically digests sludge as part of its secondary waste treatment.
Still, growth in a recession, however small, can never be ignored, which is why Cognis rolled out Polyquart Ecoclean, a polymer based on starch, a renewable raw material that is aerobically and anaerobically biodegradable.
This means that it could be tough to distinguish in the field between methane produced anaerobically and that produced aerobically.
Wang (1993) obtained 3 enriched cultures (5GA, 26A and 6A), which grew anaerobically at 45 degrees C in the presence of crude oil, and fermented molasses (4%, pH 7.
Isolates were streaked onto minimal media supplemented with 2 mM As(V) and incubated anaerobically for 30 d.
Nevertheless, little observation was made in anaerobically trained subjects (Fatouros et al, 2005) although anaerobic exercise induces marked hormonal and metabolic changes (Burleson et al.