deoxygenated


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de·ox·y·gen·ate

 (dē-ŏk′sə-jə-nāt′)
tr.v. de·ox·y·gen·at·ed, de·ox·y·gen·at·ing, de·ox·y·gen·ates
To remove dissolved oxygen from (a liquid, such as water).

de·ox′y·gen·a′tion n.
Translations

deoxygenated

a. desoxigenado-a.
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Their multiproxy measurements established a clear connection between the steady creep of deoxygenated waters and the step-wise nature of the extinction event -- its start in communities of deep-water organisms and eventual spread to shallow-water organisms.
Deoxymyoglobin is the deoxygenated form responsible for the purple colour of freshly cut meat, vacuum packed meat or meat stored in oxygen-free (anaerobic) conditions.
The infrared was absorbed by the deoxygenated blood in the intruder's veins so they were clearly delineated like a map of black tram lines.
When this happens, de-oxygenated blood could travel through the body, instead of oxygenated blood, and this causes the person to become extremely tired and fatigued, and gives them a bluish complexion because they aren't receiving sufficient oxygen." Panakkal added, "In the heart, the oxygenated and deoxygenated blood are supposed to mix, but if they don't mix, there could be issues of a heart attack right after birth.
Traditional intravenous formulations of acetaminophen are extremely sensitive to oxygen, requiring them to be deoxygenated in the manufacturing process and to be packaged in glass vials to maintain stability throughout their approved shelf life.
In right-sided heart failure, deoxygenated blood returning to the right side of the heart from the body backs ' up.
Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) is rooted in oxygenated and deoxygenated hemoglobin for paramagnetic properties to show images of changing blood flow in the brain linked with neural activity (2).
"Another factor is that due to deoxygenated blood and damage to the lungs, your physical activity will likely decrease.
Continuous cerebral and peripheral rS[O.sub.2] was monitored using near-infrared spectroscopy, a noninvasive spectroscopy used to assess the concentration differences between oxygenated and deoxygenated hemoglobin.
Deoxygenated hemoglobin (Hb) absorbs more red light than infrared light.
Conversely, the fetal heart pumps deoxygenated, nutrient-depleted blood through the umbilical cord back to the placenta.