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the act or process of breathing

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Lactic acidosis develops if the hypoxia is severe enough to cause anaerobic respiration.
As the enzyme responsible for catalyzing the reactions underlying anaerobic respiration, nitric oxide reductase (NOR) has attracted increasing attention in environmental circles.
The birds then switch to anaerobic respiration to power their swimming.
phosphocreatine shuttle, and anaerobic respiration. The energy produced
High C[O.sub.2] concentrations also inhibit several enzymes of the Krebs' cycle including dexydrogenase, which would either trigger anaerobic respiration or result in accumulation of succinic acid which is potentially toxic to the fruit (Martinez-Ferrer et al., 2002; Soliva-Fortuny et al., 2003).
Our lab tested hepatic lactate dehydrogenase (LDH), glutathione S-transferase (GST), and metallothionein for alterations in anaerobic respiration, xenobiotic detoxification, and heavy metal exposure, respectively.
Another lab from the eScience kit uses yeast cells, sucrose, Equal, and Splenda to determine the rate of anaerobic respiration in the presence of different carbohydrates.
Breaking the sugar down without oxygen, which is called 'anaerobic respiration', making carbon dioxide and alcohol.
This process that occurs in animals is called anaerobic respiration. In anaerobic respiration, the end product is lactic acid.
Obviously, things are a little different for Premier League players - replacing the woodbine with a Menthol cigarette will enhance your capacity for anaerobic respiration.
In oxygenated waters, microbes grow by catabolizing organic molecules via aerobic respiration; under conditions of low oxygen availability, either in water mass or in microsites of intense microbial activity, nitrate and sulfate may be used as alternate terminal electron acceptors via anaerobic respiration. Fermentation may become important when oxygen is low or completely absent.
1.1.1.27), in order to indicate capacity for anaerobic respiration. Using a Perkin-Elmer Lambda 3B UV/Vis spectrophotometer, enzymes were assayed using 50 mM TEA, 5 mM EGTA 0.15 mM NADH, 0.24 mM pyruvate, pH 7.6, at 340 nm.