anaerobiosis

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anaerobiosis (plural anaerobioses)

  1. (biology) Any form of life that is sustained in the absence of air (or oxygen)
    • 1913, John William Henry Eyre, The Elements of Bacteriological Technique[1]:
      This last method is the most satisfactory for anaerobic cultivations, as by its means complete anaerobiosis can be obtained with the least expenditure of time and trouble.

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