Aerobic Zone

Aerobic Zone

A fitness buzzword referring to an exercise intensity which evokes a heart rate of 70–80% of the maximum.
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the mle process partially denitrifies influent ammonia converted to nitrate in the aerobic zone using internal carbon.
Here it mixes with fluid returning from the aerobic zone and bacteria remove most of the nitrate and nitrite ions by converting them to harmless nitrogen gas, which escapes back to the atmosphere.
Dance class, rehearsal, and performance zones of intensity are displayed in relation to the dancer's VT1 and VT2, as follows: class at low aerobic zone of intensity (V[O.
Research hints that longer-duration moderate-intensity exercise, such as aerobic zone biking, swimming, and running, generates increased appetite shortly after exercise, and this mechanism may work through decreasing leptin and raising ghrelin, while higher-intensity, short-duration activity, like sprinting and interval training, may have a short-term appetite-suppressing effect by lowering both leptin and ghrelin.
The air diffuser pipe(s) are arranged at a position lower than the vertical position of the inlet such that an aerobic zone and an anaerobic zone can be formed in an upper part and a lower part of the treatment tank to effect degradation of soluble organics in the organically-polluted water primarily with aerobic bacteria and to effect degradation of solid organics in the organically-polluted water primarily with anaerobic bacteria, respectively.
By layering the 22-ft deep oxygen rich aerobic zone over the top of the anaerobic zone, any odor causing gases, such as hydrogen sulfide, are oxidized into odorless compounds.
Working within the aerobic zone maximises benefits to your cardiovascular system.
In a system devoid of bioturbation, anaerobic processes would dominate, because the aerobic zone would extend only a few millimetres into the sediment.
The aerobic group pedaled in the aerobic zone for 40 minutes.
Carbon oxidation and nitrification are achieved in an aerobic zone that spans one straight run of the 260-ft ditch.