One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Existence of or occurrence in the absence of oxygen; growth or cultivation (especially of microorganisms) under anaerobic conditions; the ability to live anaerobically.
Late 19th century. From anaero- + -biosis, after Danish anaërobiose. Compare slightly earlier anaerobe and anaerobiotic.
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