Anaerobes

Anaerobes,

Definition of Anaerobes:

  1. A microorganism that is able to, or can only, live in the absence of oxygen.

  2. Life forms that (unlike aerobes) do not need oxygen in air or water to live or function, such as the anaerobic bacteria.

How to use Anaerobes in a sentence?

  1. Major and limb-threatening infections usually are polymicrobial and may involve aerobic gram positive cocci, gram negative bacilli, anaerobes, and enterococci.

Meaning of Anaerobes & Anaerobes Definition