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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Furthermore, our case revealed a severe acidosis with a pH of 6.8, which is reflective of widespread cellular anaerobic respiration secondary to hypoxia as a result of inadequate perfusion.
glutamicum, where nitrate is excreted out of the cells as the major end product under the conditions of anaerobic respiration, and nitrate and nitrite are not used as sources of nitrogen for aerobic or anaerobic growth [18] so C.
Very low concentration may also induce anaerobic respiration that may accelerate the ripening and senescence (Saquet and Streif, 2008).
He reviews the biological, chemical, and natural physical treatment processes in aerobic, facultative, and anaerobic zones of a facultative lagoon, including biochemical reactions like aerobic and anaerobic respiration, fermentation, photosynthesis, and changes in pH and alkalinity, in addition to monitoring and control measures for the excessive growth of algae, duckweed, watermeal, and rooted plants and midges and mosquitoes and odors.
Technically they're dead aACAo but because the metabolism of your cells slow down at low temperatures, they can survive for a few hours using anaerobic respiration (usually it's just a few minutes).