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Anoxic and Anaerobic Definitions

Anoxic

Absence of oxygen.

Anaerobic

Living or occurring in the absence of free oxygen
Anaerobic bacteria.

Anoxic

A pathological deficiency of oxygen, especially hypoxia.

Anaerobic

Of or relating to anaerobes.

Anoxic

(pathology) Suffering from a reduced supply of oxygen.
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Anaerobic

Without oxygen; especially of an environment or organism.

Anoxic

Lacking oxygen.

Anaerobic

Of exercise, involving glycolysis (the conversion of glucose to adenosine triphosphate) rather than using oxygen to supply bodily energy needs.

Anoxic

Of, pertaining to, or suffering from, anoxia.

Anaerobic

Of or relating to an anaerobe.
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Anoxic

Greatly deficient in, or totally lacking, oxygen.

Anaerobic

Not requiring air or oxygen for life; - applied especially to those microbes to which free oxygen is unnecessary; anaërobiotic; - opposed to aërobic.

Anoxic

Relating to or marked by a severe deficiency of oxygen in tissues or organs

Anaerobic

Relating to, or like, anaërobies; anaërobiotic.

Anaerobic

Living or active in the absence of free oxygen;
Anaerobic bacteria

Anaerobic

Not aerobic;
Isometric exercises are anaerobic

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