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an organism (especially a bacterium) that does not require air or free oxygen to live

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This study showed that a one-week induction treatment of anaerobically prepared pooled donor FMT (dFMT) was more likely to result in remission of mild to moderate UC at eight weeks compared with aerobically prepared FMT using a patient's own stool.
The task of the team will be to identify and quantify toxic substances in the raw spent wash, to improve the current condition of anaerobic digestion in distilleries, to suggest suitable and cost effective treatment for the anaerobically digested spent wash to enable it to become compliant to the National Environmental Quality Standards, he told.
The task of the team will be to identify and quantify toxic substances in the raw spent wash, improve the current condition of anaerobic digestion in distilleries, suggest suitable and cost effective treatment for the anaerobically digested spent wash to enable it to become compliant to the National Environmental Quality Standards, he told.
Here, they break down anaerobically (without oxygen) and produce greenhouse gases, like methane, as well as toxic byproducts.
The composting method decomposes the organic material in the presence of oxygen (aerobically) while the biogas method does the same in the absence of oxygen (anaerobically).
The organisms did not grow on MacConkey agar or when incubated anaerobically on blood agar.
Septic tanks stabilise the organic matter in 'domestic' wastewater anaerobically (devoid of oxygen).
After incubation, loop full of inoculum was streaked on blood agar and MacConkey agar at 37[degrees]C for 24-48 hours, both aerobically and anaerobically. Growth characteristics were recorded.
Furthermore, a newly discovered denitrifying anaerobic methane oxidation process, through which methane is oxidized anaerobically, challenges the cliche concept of archaea involvement in wastewater treatment.
Recently, anaerobically digesting agricultural residues for biogas production, as an effective method, have been gradually popularized in all the world [6].
Hypoxia in muscles forces the muscle cells to produce energy anaerobically, which leads to lactic acid accumulation and cramp.
During this time, the fish are able to convert anaerobically produced lactic acid into ethanol, which then diffuses across their gills into the surrounding water and avoids a dangerous build-up of lactic acid in the body.