oxygenic


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.

ox·y·gen·ic

(ok'si-jen'ik),
Pertaining to or containing oxygen.

oxygenic

(ŏk″sĭ-jĕn′ĭk) [″ + gennan, to produce]
Concerning, resembling, containing, or consisting of oxygen.

oxygenic

producing OXYGEN, as in PHOTOSYNTHESIS. Compare ANOXYGENIC.
References in periodicals archive ?
However, by analysing structures inside an ancient type of bacteria, Imperial College London researchers have suggested that a key step in oxygenic photosynthesis may have already been possible a billion years before commonly thought.
Garab, "Self-assembly and structural-functional flexibility of oxygenic photosynthetic machineries: personal perspectives," Photosynthesis Research, vol.
Salinity stress up-regulates the biosynthesis of ABA (Xiong and Zhu 2003) and reactive oxygenic species accumulation (Hernandez et al.
The carried out method try to transfer the recent lactate of the sample into the oxygenic water due to the effect of the oxidize lactate enzyme.
Chlorophyll modifications and their spectral extension in oxygenic photosynthesis.
The first several chapters focus on sampling of water and soil, and accurate assessment of oxygenic activity and redox potentials.
Oxygenic prokaryotic photoautotrophs (Cyanobacteria) were estimated to constitute about 10% of the total ocean marine picoplankton in the upper 200 m [1].
Marshall, "The history of oxygenic concentration in the Earth's atmosphere," Discussions of the Faraday Society, vol.
In this stage, oxide growth rate decreases owing to reduction in the diffusion of oxygenic ions, which happens due to fall in electric field [19, 20].
It suggests that oxygenic photosynthesis, the ultimate source of most oxygen, evolved long before the Great Oxidation Event."