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Synonyms for anaerobiotic

living or active in the absence of free oxygen


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Esto es comun que suceda en humedales herbaceos en buen estado de conservacion, ya que cuando algunas plantas de estos ecosistemas se encuentran en situaciones de anaerobiosis, la disponibilidad de nutrientes es limitada, estimulando que las plantas generen mayor cantidad de biomasa en las raices, aumentando asi su area y la capacidad de absorcion (Ponnamperuma, 1972; Chapin, 1980; Trought y Drew, 1980).
Burrowing behavior and anaerobiosis in the bivalve Arctica islandico (L.).
By using modified atmosphere, through plastic packaging, it is possible to restrict the amount of oxygen available for respiration and to accumulate carbon dioxide originated by this metabolic process, inducing anaerobiosis. Studies by Pesis et al.
The Scientific World Journal has retracted the article titled "Microbial Ecology of Anaerobic Digesters: The Key Players of Anaerobiosis" [1].
Warburg, "On the facultative anaerobiosis of cancer cells and its use in chemotherapy," Munchener Medizinische Wochenschrift, vol.
The MIC was defined as the lowest antibiotic concentration inhibiting visible growth after 48 h of incubation at 37[degrees]C in anaerobiosis. Tests were performed in duplicates.
During growth and development, plants are subjected to a variety of stresses such as heat, drought, cold, anaerobiosis and salt.
In addition, hypertrophied lenticels can enable the elimination of potentially toxic components produced during anaerobiosis, such as ethylene, ethanol and acetaldehyde (Kozlowski, 1997).
A simple cost-effective method of anaerobiosis and technically simple antibiotic susceptibility testing may contribute towards rational treatment of such infections for resource limited centres.
Se pueden mencionar su contenido organico e inorganico, los microrganismos planctonicos y en forma de biopelicula, el habitat abierto o aislado a la cavidad oral, las condiciones de aerobiosis y anaerobiosis, las paredes dentinales irregulares y la relacion e influencia directa con la inmunologia del periapice.
Nematodes are aerobic organisms that can enhance their survival under conditions of low oxygen availability by inducing a state of dormancy (anaerobiosis) (Glazer 2002).