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Anaerobic organism - Wikipedia

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An anaerobic organism or anaerobe is any organism that does not require oxygen for growth. ... hundred years before the discovery of oxygen and the composition of air, was not aware of the meaning o...

What does it mean for an organism to be anaerobic - Answers.com

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Anaerobic exercise is exercise without oxygen, in other words, exercise that does not get you breathing hard. Doing a single squat or bench press are examples ...

What does it mean for an organism to be anaerobic? | Socratic

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Sep 7, 2016 ... Anaerobic means "living without air", as opposed to aerobic which means ... Some bacteria are anerobic by nature and they can not live in ...

What does anaerobic mean? | Reference.com

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Anaerobic is defined as being able to exist without, or not requiring air or oxygen. Most often, anaerobic is used to define a cell or organism that lives without ...

Anaerobic | Define Anaerobic at Dictionary.com

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Anaerobic definition, (of an organism or tissue) living in the absence of air or free ... The butyric acid bacteria are anaerobic, and thus can grow in butter and ...

Anaerobic bacteria | definition of Anaerobic bacteria by Medical ...

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What does Anaerobic bacteria mean? ... one caused by aerobic organisms. ... fluid of the normal cow contains 10 to 50 million million organisms per gram.

What Are Aerobic Organisms? - Definition & Examples | Study.com

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In this lesson, we'll learn what an aerobic organism is and go over some key ... all organisms are aerobes: Some animals are anaerobic, which means they can ...

Aerobic vs. Anaerobic Bacteria: Comparison & Differences - Video ...

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Bacteria can be anaerobic or aerobic. Aerobic means involving oxygen, so anaerobic bacteria can survive without oxygen. Normally, organisms use oxygen to ...

Fermentation and anaerobic respiration | Variations on cellular ...

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What kinds of organisms use anaerobic cellular respiration? .... Many bacteria and archaea are facultative anaerobes, meaning they can switch between aerobic ...

Anaerobic Cellular Respiration - Boundless

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Both methods are called anaerobic cellular respiration, where organisms convert energy for ... This means that they can switch between aerobic respiration and ...