deoxygenation


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deoxygenation

 [de-ok″sĭ-jĕ-na´shun]
the act of depriving of oxygen.

deoxygenation

[dē·ōk′sijənā′shən]
Etymology: L, de, from; Gk, oxys, sharp, genein, to produce
the removal of oxygen from a chemical compound.

deoxygenation

Removal of oxygen.

deoxygenation

depriving of oxygen

deoxygenation

the act of depriving of oxygen.
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2011) The relationship between muscle deoxygenation and activation in different muscles of the quadriceps during cycle ramp exercise.
Bergman and Ellman found that simply protecting this reaction from air provided a much improved process for the deoxygenation of glycerol.
Even minor deoxygenation can produce gross sickling of erythrocytes.
Hence, by monitoring the difference in absorbency between these two wavelengths, one can evaluate the degree of tissue deoxygenation.
Normally oxygen is able to slip freely between the distal histidine and the ferrous atom during oxygenation and deoxygenation (Figure 3).
Lin C, Haskins PG, Lin J (2003) Factors controlling deoxygenation of "floodwater" overlying an acid sulfate soil: experimental modeling.
Neither TF results by microbiologic assay nor FMG and FDG results by LC/MS/MS were affected by deoxygenation of the ascorbic acid diluent with nitrogen, closed incubation of hemolysates, closed or open incubation with continuous stirring, or closed incubation with continuous rotation.
We added water to gas yield wittingly, because oxygen is released as a result of intensive deoxygenation via both gas and water.
The interaction between human practices and the naturally laid sediments was apparently quite invisible to many commentators, who blamed the kills on pesticides, illegal chemical dumping and deoxygenation of the water following floods.
The high salinity (44 g/L) and frequent wind-driven summer deoxygenation events of the lake make it an extreme environment conducive to unique behavioral adaptations in fish.
Any attempt at integrating them into the existing industrial production chain must therefore begin with a controlled deoxygenation of these molecules.