Definition of anaerobic
OTHER WORDS FROM anaerobican·aer·o·bi·cal·ly, adverb
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You can run above critical speed for a while, but you’re using up your finite reserves of anaerobic capacity—and once they’re done, you’re cooked.
Then we settle into a pace relatively close to critical power, where we’re only nibbling away very slowly at anaerobic capacity.
Some kinds of bacteria are so good at anaerobic respiration that they don’t bother with oxygen at all.
Once you start pushing hard, you simply can’t supply enough energy aerobically, so you have to start adding in some anaerobic energy—regardless of how much oxygen your muscles have.
That’s what we would call the lactate threshold these days, and it corresponds to what Wasserman called the anaerobic threshold.
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.
The farm plans to utilize an anaerobic digester to gather waste such as left-over plant roots to generate power.
What had been coiled taut in anaerobic tension in Rage and Yoga has unstacked and stretched out in the sun here.Geoff Dyer Takes on Andrei Tarkovsky’s Film ‘Stalker’ in ‘Zona’|Chris Wallace|February 25, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The anaerobic conditions likewise favor the multiplication of intestinal bacteria, and also their fermentative activity.
Pour similar sets of plates in glucose formate gelatine and agar and incubate in Bulloch's anaerobic apparatus.
The enumeration of the anaerobic organisms (including the facultative anaerobes).
This prevents an extension of the injury and the establishment of a good field for the growth of anaerobic bacteria.Lameness of the Horse|John Victor Lacroix
The second compartment is inhabited by anaerobic bacteria, or forms of microscopic life that work practically without air.Farm Mechanics|Herbert A. Shearer