What does no anaerobic mean?

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  • What does no anaerobic mean?


Answer #1 | 23/07 2014 15:49
Anaerobic means respiration (the release of energy from glucose) in the absence of oxygen, usually producing harmful byproducts and being less effective; in humans (and most animals, I believe) anaerobic respiration releases less energy and produces lactic acid. In micro-organisms like yeast, this method of respiration produces ethanol (used for fermentation). Since you've said "no anaerobic", you could be referring to a method of exercise which doesn't produce lactic acid, or shouldn't produce lactic acid (such as low intensity, low duration exercise).
Answer #2 | 23/07 2014 15:24
Anaerobic means "without oxygen." Anaerobic bacteria, unlike humans, don't need oxygen to survive. Aerobic means "needing or using oxygen." Think about aerobic activity, also called "cardio," like running, biking, or yes, taking an aerobics class at your local gym. That heart-pumping exercise makes your lungs take in more oxygen to keep you moving. Anaerobic is the opposite of aerobic. It means "without oxygen." Weight lifting is called an anaerobic exercise, because it doesn't require additional oxygen. Starting an Exercise Program: Strength training Anaerobic means "without oxygen." The term has many uses in medicine. Anaerobic bacteria are able to survive and grow in environments that have no oxygen. This leads them to cause specific types of illness such as tetanus or gangrene. Anaerobic exercise, such as weight lifting, uses energy produced by the body's metabolism that does not require oxygen. It generates lactic acid and usually cannot be sustained for long. Illnesses in which the patient is deficient in oxygen can force the body to use anaerobic metabolism, generating harmful chemicals. This can happen in all types of shock.
Answer #3 | 23/07 2014 14:27
Without oxygen
Answer #4 | 23/07 2014 14:24
Without air I believe.
Answer #5 | 23/07 2014 14:23
Anaerobic is without air so 'no without air' ?? What's the context

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