The farm plans to utilize an anaerobic digester to gather waste such as left-over plant roots to generate power.
In the fall of 2010, it bought an anaerobic digestion project then under construction in London, Ontario.
In anaerobic digesters, organic material is mixed on a huge pot with massive quantities of tiny bacteria.
What had been coiled taut in anaerobic tension in Rage and Yoga has unstacked and stretched out in the sun here.
The butyric acid bacteria are anaerobic, and thus can grow in butter and cheese away from the air.
It is by anaerobic organisms, in fact, that the putrefaction of dead bodies is begun.
In anaerobic respiration, CO2 is given off, but no oxygen absorbed.
This prevents an extension of the injury and the establishment of a good field for the growth of anaerobic bacteria.
It was shown by Eaton and Grantham that anaerobic coagulation is slightly uncertain in action.
The anaerobic conditions likewise favor the multiplication of intestinal bacteria, and also their fermentative activity.
anaerobic an·aer·o·bic (ān'ə-rō'bĭk, -â-rō'bĭk)
Relating to or being an anaerobe.
Living without oxygen.
Occurring in the absence of oxygen or not requiring oxygen to live. Anaerobic bacteria produce energy from food molecules without the presence of oxygen. Compare aerobic.