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aerobe (s) (noun), aerobes; aerobia (pl)
An organism that can live and grow only in the presence of oxygen, especially a bacterium: An aerobe is a form of life, like a micro-organism, that requires free oxygen for its existence.

The antonym of aerobe is "anaerobe".

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Word Entries containing the term: “aerobia
obligate aerobe, obligate aerobium (s) (noun); obligate aerobes; obligate aerobia (pl)
An organism that requires air or free oxygen for life: Obligate aerobes are dependent on molecular oxygen to breathe and to metabolize elements, like fats or sugars, in order to acquire energy.
This entry is located in the following units: aero-, aer-, aeri- (page 12) lig- (page 2)