anaerobic respiration

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anaerobic respiration

1. Respiration without oxygen.
2. In living cells, a process that without using oxygen breaks down complex molecules into simpler substances, releasing energy.
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In the digester there is an anaerobic process by the bacteria, so the waste can break into biogas estimated within 1 week (No 1).
The advantages of an anaerobic process are that it has low energy consumption and can produce energy itself.
Angelidaki, "Hydrogen and methane production from desugared molasses using a twostage thermophilic anaerobic process," Engineering in Life Sciences, vol.
Generation of methane via anaerobic process is an appropriate solution for food waste management.
An increase of temperature favours the anaerobic process by increasing the anaerobic bacteria activity and therefore C[H.sub.4] and C[O.sub.2] emissions are increased.
The anaerobic process enables us to obtain a biologically stabilized effluent with fertilizing properties that is hygienically safe.
UASB uses an anaerobic process whilst forming a blanket of granular sludge which suspends in the tank.
In addition, studies by Poh [4], Choi [5] and Zinatizadeh [6] also demonstrated the success of anaerobic process to treat POME.
"Combining Omnitek's technology with the abundance of biogas derived through this innovative anaerobic process offers significant economic and environmental benefits to the agricultural industry.
In his "The Origin of Cancer" (Science magazine), he observed that most cancer cells predominantly produce energy in an anaerobic process rather than the aerobic process used by most normal cells.
For HRT of 0.1 days, VFAs/TA was 0.24 which showed a disruption in anaerobic process due to low HRT.