"anaerobic" activity is activity without oxygen.
An activity or exercise is anaerobic if it is intense enough to trigger lactic acid production.
Football, Basketball, Rugby, Hockey and Soccer are all examples of anaerobic sports.
Fermentation is anaerobic. Vinegar is produced by aerobic activity using the same process.
No it is not. It has the ability to tolerate oxygen in the absence of catalase activity. Thus, streptococci can not be classified as an anaerobic organism.
You can measure Anaerobic Microbial activity in soil using Long term stand alone soil flux systems and isotope methods.
Aerobic activity refers to any activity that involves the use of oxygen. The absence of oxygen would be referred to as anaerobic activity.
Aerobic: Swimming, soccer, tennis, skiing, basketball, volleyball, and bicycling are examples of aerobic sports. Walking, jogging, and dancing. Anaerobic: Football, Basketball, Rugby, Hockey and Soccer
well anaerobic doesnt use oxygen and aerobic uses oxygen and gymnastics is a sport so that question doesnt even make sense