oxygen effect

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ox·y·gen ef·fect

enhancement of radiosensitivity of cells by a high concentration of oxygen, and, conversely, decreased radiosensitivity in a hypoxic environment.
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Experiment duration, prey density, and the number of sea nettles per container are given in Table 2, and varied among the three prey in order to maximize the potential for detecting a low oxygen effect if one occurred.
In other cases ANOVA, MANOVA, or nonparametric analyses were used to determine dissolved oxygen effects on predation rates.
Dissolved oxygen effects on striped bass predation were analyzed as one-way ANOVAs on ranks of the proportion of larvae eaten on each date.