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an·ox·ic

(an-ok'sik),
Denoting or characteristic of anoxia.

an·ox·ic

(an-ok'sik)
Denoting or characteristic of anoxia.

anoxia

(ă-nok′sē-ă) [ ¹an- + 2oxy- + -ia]
Absence of oxygen; complete oxygen deprivation. This term is often used incorrectly to indicate hypoxia.
anoxic (sik), adjective
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However, TOC values theoretically representatives of the postulated Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event, defined by the deposition of black shale facies (Jenkyns and Clayton, 1986, 1997; Jenkyns et al, 2002; Jenkyns, 2010), are generally below 1wt.
The part of raw carbon sewage from influent is utilized for upstream denitrification in the pre anoxic chamber, before reaching the oxidation chamber, while the downstream denitrification utilizes endogenous carbon source from the aerobic process [6, 20].
Although delayed post-hypoxic leukoencephalopathy is considered rare, consider it in the differential diagnosis when a patient has a recent history of an anoxic event followed by the abrupt onset of neuropsychiatric symptoms.
During the OAEs, the anoxic water body often expanded and invaded the lower part of the photic zone.
1], whereby the aerobic and anoxic phases were formed at upper and lower zone, respectively.
The anoxic phase was also of great importance for the good performance of the SBMBR with regard to the removal of total nitrogen, as show in Figure 5.
which is related to the global oceanic anoxic event during the peak of transgression in the Early Jurassic [17].
Case Presentation: Reflex Anoxic Seizures and Anaesthesia
The boy, who had a history of drug abuse, died 8 hours later of anoxic encephalopathy caused by cocaine and opiate intoxication.
An airway was reestablished by urgent tracheostomy but not before he suffered an anoxic brain injury.
Known as oceanic anoxic events (OAEs), nave occurred periodically during Earth's history, but none was more severe than that which occurred 93 [million years] ago, during the Cretaceous period,' wrote Timothy J Bralower of the Department of Geosciences at Pennsylvania State University in a 2008 article for Nature.