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n. microorganism that can only survive in the presence of oxygen
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An aerobic organism or aerobe is an organism that can survive and grow in an oxygenated environment. Facultative anaerobes grow and survive in an oxygenated environment and so do aerotolerant anaerobes.
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1. an organism especially a bacterium that requires air or free oxygen for life
(hypernym) organism, being
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Aerobes and Anaerobes [from Greek aer air + bios life] Bacteria which need free oxygen for their sustenance, and those which do not, respectively. Each division includes some forms which can adapt themselves to either condition. When free oxygen is not obtainable, oxygen is obtained by decomposition of the surrounding substance, and the bacteria become destructive -- destruction means recombination, as death is rebirth. Also connected with the processes of fermentation. Pasteur's researches in fermentation are mentioned by Blavatsky as showing how so-called vital processes shade off indistinguishably into so-called inorganic or chemical processes. These physical builders and destroyers are analogous to their prototypes on the higher planes.
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