anaerobe

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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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Also, the lower increases of SOC in the first year of organic amendment and the changes in microbial community due to anaerobically digested residue are the most apparent reasons of the lower dehydrogenase activity per microbial biomass carbon.
RESULTS: A total of 58 samples were cultured anaerobically out of which 18 samples (25.
When in the presence of active micro-organisms, the cotton materials are completely aerobic and anaerobically biodegradable, while the nonwoven cotton insulation fibers in the liners are compostable.
Rod-shaped LAB were isolated on Man-Rogosa-Sharpe (MRS) agar (Oxoid, Basingstoke, England, UK) and incubated anaerobically by Gas Pack catalysts AnaeroGen (Oxoid, Basingstoke, England, UK) at 30[degrees]C for 3 days.
It will feature Anaergia's organics extraction process to remove a clean organic fraction from the municipal solid waste stream and be anaerobically digested for power production.
Findings suggest that muscle cells use carbohydrates anaerobically for energy, producing lactate as a byproduct, but then burning it, too, as an additional fuel source.
I aerobically run to the bus stop, anaerobically carry 10kg of shopping strapped to my back off the bus and to my front door.
niger as a source of citric acid to extract chromium, copper, lead, nickel and []inc from anaerobically digested sewage sludge.
If this figure is used as a basis for the cellulosic ethanol process, then the biogas produced by anaerobically digesting the stillage can be used to compensate about 30% of the energy input in the conversion process.
In this method, for the first year following application, the State EPA guidelines recommend using mineralisation rates of 15% of the organic N from anaerobically digested biosolids (ANDB) and 25% of the organic N from aerobically digested biosolids (ADB) (EPA Victoria 2004).
The following decomposition of dead plants and fish promote the growth of bacteria which further increase the demand for oxygen, but in its absence are able to breathe anaerobically.