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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Rising temperatures and deoxygenation will affect species differently, pulling food webs apart and threatening their ability to sustain the marine ecosystem.
More significantly, they were able to draw a parallel between the rate of deoxygenation then and now.
Characterizing the profile of muscle deoxygenation during ramp incremental exercise in young men.
It is evident that the intensity of this band decreased strongly when commercial catalyst, Ni3Mo15/AC, and Ni5Mo15/ AC were used, which is an indicative that deoxygenation reactions took place.
As it is known that GO by itself has poor microwave absorption capacity while the unoxidized graphitic portions present in GO act as the microwave absorbents that initiate the microwave-induced deoxygenation process as mentioned earlier in the literature [44].
2] metabolism within the working muscle, it was necessary to examine the kinetics of muscle deoxygenation in an attempt to compare the kinetics of muscle deoxygenation to V[O.
Emissions reductions may protect some reefs and marine organisms but we know that the ocean is subject to many other stresses such as warming, deoxygenation, pollution and overfishing,' said Wendy Broadgate, deputy director of the IGBE 'Warming and deoxygenation are also caused by rising carbon dioxide emissions, underlining the importance of reducing fossil fuel emissions.
However, a high concentration of nitrogen and phosphate is an indication of eutrophication that may lead to algal bloom and consequently deoxygenation which can results in the death of fish also submitted that physical properties such as light penetration, temperature and water movements have been shown to play important roles in planktonic distribution and lentic water stratification [2,10].
acidification, warming and deoxygenation is seriously affecting how productive and efficient the ocean is," the study said.
2] transport have found complete oxygenation of Hc in postbranchial hemolymph but only partial deoxygenation of Hc in the tissues of normoxic, routinely active animals.
Chlorination, deoxygenation, removal of a nutrient source, hydraulic disturbances, and low temperatures can all result in biofilm disintegration.