aerotolerant

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aerotolerant

[‚e·rō′täl·ə·rənt]
(microbiology)
Able to survive in the presence of oxygen.
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[5] Susceptibility testing for the anaerobic organisms is always a difficult task as there are no disc diffusion guidelines by either CLSI or EUCAST.
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Additionally, anaerobic organisms are not uniformly distributed along the height of the filter, resulting in reduced removal efficiency of COD in the upper part of the filter (YU et al., 2006).
No evidence of any "pump", however, has been detected in anaerobic organisms.