anaerobic vs aerobic

anaerobic aerobic


  • 1) Of, or relating to an anaerobe
  • 2) Without oxygen; especially of an environment or organism.
  • 3) Living or occurring in the absence of free oxygen.
  • 4) Of or relating to anaerobes.
  • 5) (Biol.) Relating to, or like, anaërobies; anaërobiotic.
  • 6) (Biol.) Not requiring air or oxygen for life; -- applied especially to those microbes to which free oxygen is unnecessary; anaërobiotic; -- opposed to aërobic.
  • 7) not aerobic
  • 8) Pertaining to or having the characters of anaërobia.


  • 1) Involving or improving oxygen consumption by the body e.g. aerobic exercise.
  • 2) Of, or relating to aerobics.
  • 3) Living or occurring only in the presence of oxygen e.g. aerobic bacteria.
  • 4) Involving or improving oxygen consumption by the body.
  • 5) Relating to or used in aerobics.
  • 6) Living or occurring only in the presence of free oxygen.
  • 7) Of or relating to aerobes.
  • 8) (Biol.) Growing or thriving only in the presence of oxygen; also, pertaining to, or induced by, aërobies.
  • 9) based on or using the principles of aerobics; enhancing respiratory and circulatory efficiency
  • 10) depending on free oxygen or air
  • 11) Sameasaërobian.
  • 12) Same as aërobian.


  • 1) She stopped where the water was of an anaerobic cleanliness, cold, black, and of an endless depth.
  • 2) The term anaerobic threshold is a bit dated, though unfortunately many people still use this term.
  • 3) The dangers can be great: bacteria that can lead to botulism and listeriosis can grow in anaerobic environments like vacuum-sealed bags and cans, but in bags there is no visual trace — no dented can — or telltale rotting or putrid smell.
  • 4) One pathway allows organisms to convert food to energy without oxygen, which is termed anaerobic respiration.
  • 5) Additionally, hydrogen can be produced directly from waste materials using bacteria a process called anaerobic digestion and can capture the emissions-free fuel from products that would otherwise wind up in a landfill.
  • 6) Yes indeed it can – the process is well established and is known as anaerobic digestion plant pictured and they could provide not only a useful source of energy but also a useful residue which can be used as a peat substitute for gardens and horticulture, reducing pressure on this non-renewable resource.
  • 7) The idea is, we are told, that the waste can be treated in plant called anaerobic digesters to produce methane.
  • 8) Other efforts focus on converting agricultural wastes like manure or cheese whey into renewable natural gas using bacteria and a process called anaerobic digestion.
  • 9) Department of Energy, pulling methane gas from waste uses a process called anaerobic digestion or methane recovery.
  • 10) ‘They found the samples contained anaerobic bacteria that grew on sugars and proteins in total absence of oxygen.’
  • 11) ‘Sugar availability is one of the elements required to support anaerobic metabolism.’
  • 12) ‘River water begins to putrefy when lack of oxygen promotes the growth of anaerobic bacteria, which produce the tell-tale smell of stale water.’
  • 13) ‘Below the depth of oxygen penetration life is restricted to anaerobic bacteria.’
  • 14) ‘These results show that storage starch in pondweed stems is the main substrate for anaerobic respiration.’
  • 15) ‘Some experts say that after six to eight weeks of regular anaerobic exercise, a short hiatus is required to promote growth.’
  • 16) ‘Rest for at least 24 hours after heavy anaerobic exercise such as weight-lifting or circuit training and try to alternate the type of exercise you do.’
  • 17) ‘I suggest a regimen of daily vitamins and anaerobic exercises, Mort.’
  • 18) ‘Likewise, a week or two of hard training should be followed by a week of reduced effort with little of no emphasis on anaerobic exercise.’
  • 19) ‘This concept explains why interval training, which is generally anaerobic, will improve performance.’
  • 20) ‘The capacity of these systems is improved by a combination of aerobic and anaerobic training.’
  • 21) ‘They need to do running for endurance, sprints for anaerobic endurance and some weight training too.’
  • 22) ‘This is said to breakdown lactic acid produced by anaerobic activity.’
  • 23) ‘The cardio activity can be adjusted to be aerobic or anaerobic, depending on the intention of the set.’
  • 24) ‘It also has an effect on the body's aerobic recovery after anaerobic work.’
  • 25) ‘We do very little sprinting or anaerobic training with our younger swimmers.’
  • 26) ‘One successful formula involves the skillful alternation between aerobic and anaerobic training.’
  • 27) ‘It's great for anaerobic fitness, your reactions will improve and your explosive power will benefit.’
  • 28) ‘But don't forget that some short, very fast sprints are needed for anaerobic conditioning.’
  • 29) ‘You can only get so much from anaerobic training if you don't have the aerobic work behind it to round it out.’
  • 30) ‘Sprints, hill runs, all-out rounds on the Thai Pads, and anaerobic training are high intensity workouts.’
  • 31) ‘He points out that swimming can be used as either an aerobic or anaerobic activity, depending on the intensity of your session.’
  • 32) ‘It is both aerobic and anaerobic, depending on the terrain, trail length and difficulty.’
  • 33) ‘Weights sessions were eliminated, so too the anaerobic work needed for the 200m and 400m freestyle.’
  • 34) ‘I felt we could do better and more anaerobic workouts at sea level.’


  • 1) Your absolute strength and aerobic capacity also take a downturn.
  • 2) Try and do any of the following aerobic workouts five days a week.
  • 3) You must burn calories through aerobic exercise too.
  • 4) You should do some aerobic exercise at least three days a week.
  • 5) Yet effort and intensity of a workout and diet also affect aerobic capacity.
  • 6) There are additional benefits to aerobic workouts.
  • 7) Muscle activity in the presence of enough oxygen is called aerobic exercise.
  • 8) He is extraordinarily gifted from a physical point of view in his endurance and aerobic capacity.
  • 9) The best worship is almost like an aerobic workout.
  • 10) His take on aerobic exercise is equally divisive.
  • 11) Tennis is a good aerobic workout although singles is more effective than doubles.
  • 12) The challenge now is to build up my aerobic capacity by doing some big miles on the road.
  • 13) The second six minutes are designed to work the legs with a mix of resistance and aerobic exercises.
  • 14) Some of the best athletes in the world suffer from asthma and there is no problem with his aerobic fitness.
  • 15) Her regular walks with the dogs are enough to impress many people and gives her a good aerobic fitness base.
  • 16) How easy is it to make a roar on the exhale, while doing aerobic activity?
  • 17) Add aerobic activity such as 30 minutes walking into your day.
  • 18) This assesses a player's aerobic fitness.
  • 19) Two aerobic workouts, intense enough to make you hot and sweaty.
  • 20) Other studies have found links between aerobic fitness and the volume of grey matter in brain regions that are central to learning and memory.
  • 21) A special feature of this curriculum is its aerobic activity component.
  • 22) I could feel my aerobic fitness return.
  • 23) Improved aerobic capacity also beneficial.
  • 24) This kind of aerobic activity for 30 to 40 minutes a day is ideal.
  • 25) Some readers will be familiar with the term aerobic.
  • 26) You have cardiovascular exercise, which we describe as aerobic exercise, which increases your body's capacity to process oxygen.
  • 27) Dr. Kenneth Cooper and Col. Pauline Potts coined the term aerobic exercise in the 1960's.
  • 28) Other studies on people who participate in aerobic activities show that they have a tendency to secrete more growth hormones at night, which aids in repairing and rejuvenating the body.
  • 29) I wonder if they actually have to lower their BMI to pass the course, or if simply participating in aerobic dance and other activities is enough to earn a credit.
  • 30) Therefore, the body begins to utilize structural and functional proteins during long-term aerobic exercise.
  • 31) ‘Plants, as other aerobic organisms, require oxygen for the efficient production of energy.’
  • 32) ‘The importance of free fatty acids in aerobic metabolism is best shown in cardiac muscle.’
  • 33) ‘White blood cells have respiratory enzymes for aerobic metabolism, and others suited to their particular functions.’
  • 34) ‘In this way, the plant can resume aerobic metabolic activity required for long-term survival.’
  • 35) ‘Humans use a form of cellular respiration requiring oxygen which is called aerobic respiration.’
  • 36) ‘Weight training and aerobic exercise are important for improving body composition.’
  • 37) ‘There was a time in your life when you didn't even realize what you were doing was called aerobic or cardio exercise.’
  • 38) ‘For a fit and healthy cardiovascular system, aerobic training should be performed three to four times a week.’
  • 39) ‘Any form of exercise is harmful in excess, but aerobic activity has known cardiovascular benefits.’
  • 40) ‘There is evidence to suggest that aerobic exercise can improve some aspects of a person's quality of life.’
  • 41) ‘To get maximum results, include both weight training and aerobic exercise in your routine.’
  • 42) ‘Pace yourself using a mix of dance classes, weight training, and aerobic exercise.’
  • 43) ‘The provider may recommend that the pregnant woman cut back on her activities and avoid aerobic exercise.’
  • 44) ‘Another issue primarily dealt with by cardio / aerobic training has been the problem of body fat.’
  • 45) ‘Some military and almost every civilian gym will have an aerobic or group exercise timetable.’
  • 46) ‘Both aerobic exercise and interval training promote cardiovascular fitness.’
  • 47) ‘Some aerobic activity will warm the muscles up and get them ready to stretch.’
  • 48) ‘The class includes general aerobic exercise, step aerobics and pelvic floor exercises.’
  • 49) ‘People in a residential colony are encouraged to take up group activity such as walking or jogging or aerobic exercises.’
  • 50) ‘The bottom line is, even if you work out every day, aerobic exercise can only take the body so far.’
  • 51) ‘Rubin also strongly urges all dieters not to do any aerobic exercise, as it harms the body's immune response.’
  • 52) ‘The intensity of exercise is the primary factor in maintaining or improving aerobic power.’
  • 53) ‘You now know about the health benefits of aerobic exercise and how it affects your body.’
  • 54) ‘An aerobic exercise program will help improve the blood flow to the tendon and bursa.’
  • 55) ‘The classes start with a short aerobic exercise to warm up the body before a 20 minute session on the poles.’

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