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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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Specialty Foods, which employs 270 associates and produces deli salads, cake icing and refrigerated side dishes, has been a Zero Waste facility since 2014, diverting more than 90 percent of waste produced from landfills each year, and is now home to the company's second anaerobic digester.
Anaerobic culturing requires zero percent oxygen during the entire incubation period, to guarantee a great bacterial growth yield.
Therefore, the aim of study was to examine in the effect of anaerobic power on quickness in women taekwondo athletes.
Chemical and environmental engineers present a sequel to Fang's 2010 Environmental Anaerobic Technology: Applications and New Developments, to describe developments during the past five years in anaerobic technology and its applications in environmental protection and resource recovery.
As the anaerobic digestion sector has grown, so has the need for a coordinated strategy to manage these digestates.
Keywords: Biogas; Cold adapted inoculums; ISPAD; Psychrophilic anaerobic digestion
Recall the two main energy systems the body uses in long distance running: the aerobic and anaerobic systems.
Methanogenic archaea comprise one of the important functional groups in the rumen and can utilize hydrogen, formate and acetate, metabolites of anaerobic fungi, to produce methane (Hungate, 1982).
Titled, 'Linking thermodynamics and kinetics to assess pathway reversibility in anaerobic fermentations', the paper achieved a combined peer review and presentation score above 87 per cent, making it the highest rated paper of the over 700 papers presented (200 oral and 500 poster) at the 13th World Congress on Anaerobic Digestion.
The Wales Centre of Excellence for Anaerobic Digestion, part of the Sustainable Environment Research Centre based at the University of Glamorgan, provides this technical support to plant developers and operators as a network of AD plants is developed across Wales.
ON-FARM anaerobic digestion (AD) could be fast-tracked in Wales under new waste plans due to be unveiled by the Welsh government.
After a detailed procurement process the preferred option is to create a new anaerobic digestion unit to treat food waste based in Rhondda Cynon Taf.