Results for: Anaerobic

In Biology

What is anaerobes?

An anaerobe is an organism that grows without air. The organism canonly live in oxygen-free conditions. If oxygen is present, theorganism could die.

What is an anaerobe?

An anaerobe is an organism that thrives in an environment without oxygen. Facultative anaerobes prefer an oxygen-free environment but can survive in the presence of oxygen. Ob (MORE)

What is Anaerobic?

Literally means without air. Anaerobic means no oxygen the exact opposite is Aerobic which means with oxygen. Aerobic exercise increases oxygen in the body leading to better h (MORE)
In Science

What is obligate anaerobe and faculative anaerobe?

A faculative anaerobe (or faculative bacteria) is an organism that can grow in either the presence or absence of oxygen. It does not require O2 to grow but it does tolerate it (MORE)

What is Anaerobic-?

Relating to or denoting exercise that does not improve or is notintended to improve the efficiency of the body's cardiovascularsystem in absorbing and transporting oxygen.