An Anaerobic is a life or process that occurs in, or is not destroyed by, the absence of oxygen.

see also:
"Anaerobic" is in the UNSPSC Code "41104308"
Anaerobic environmental culture systems or supplies

Other definition:
An Anaerobic is Microorganisms that biodegrade organic matter without free oxygen.

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