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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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The "Anaerobic Adhesives Market by End-users and Geography - Global Forecast and Analysis 2019-2023" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
An anaerobic digester is a sealed tank, deprived of oxygen, in which organic waste is degraded at high temperature.
Anaerobic digestion is a process used in waste management to break down organic materials such as food waste, scraps, manure and sewage sludge that could otherwise contribute to methane emissions in landfills.
Although the gastrointestinal tract is often viewed as the "mother lode" of anaerobic bacteria, the metabolic and physiological derangement that occur in the diabetic patient population places these patients at risk for selected anaerobic infection.
Tests assessing anaerobic power and capacity are not measuring metabolism, but power output (Chamari et al., 2010).
In football player's snapback, anaerobic system plays an important role in the interference of backfield and attack checking out abruptly and also in terms of deflection, shooting the ball suddenly and rising for head goal (Kunter, 1997).
Dr Eero Haapala, one of the lead researchers said, "In our study, we showed for the first time that the anaerobic threshold is also related to arterial stiffness."
These fans extract the gases (methane) emitted by the anaerobic digesters and these are fed into the gas turbine powering the generator and charging the batteries.
The frequency of antimicrobial resistance in anaerobic organisms is increasing globally in the past few decades (4).
Anaerobic ponds are septic ponds that stabilises organic matter in the absence of oxygen.
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 treatment is preferred to treat municipal wastewater because of its merits over conventional treatment methods [1].