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*  Cerebral hypoxia
Cases of total oxygen deprivation are termed "anoxia", which can be hypoxic in origin (reduced oxygen availability) or ischemic ... Severe cerebral hypoxia and anoxia is usually caused by traumatic events such as choking, drowning, strangulation, smoke ... it is called cerebral anoxia. There are four categories of cerebral hypoxia; they are, in order of severity: diffuse cerebral ...
*  Anoxia
The term anoxia means a total depletion in the level of oxygen, an extreme form of hypoxia or "low oxygen". The terms anoxia ... Anoxia (beetle), a genus of scarab beetles Oxygen saturation, a relative measure of the oxygen dissolved or carried in a medium ... when the body or a region of the body is deprived of adequate oxygen supply Cerebral anoxia, when the brain is completely ...
*  Anoxia (beetle)
Anoxia affinis Anoxia africana Anoxia arenbergeri Anoxia asiatica Anoxia australis Anoxia baraudi Anoxia caphtor Anoxia ... Anoxia pasiphae Anoxia pilosa Anoxia rattoi Anoxia reisseri Anoxia rotroui Anoxia scutellaris Anoxia smyrnensis Anoxia tristis ... Anoxia cingulata Anoxia cretica Anoxia cypria Anoxia derelicta Anoxia desbrochersi Anoxia emarginata Anoxia hirta Anoxia ... Anoxia kocheri Anoxia kraatzi Anoxia laevimacula Anoxia lodosi Anoxia luteipilosa Anoxia maculiventris Anoxia makrisi Anoxia ...
*  Anoxia matutinalis
... corsicana Sabatinelli, 1976 Anoxia matutinalis matutinalis Laporte de Castelnau, 1823 Anoxia matutinalis ... Anoxia matutinalis is a species of dung beetle in the family Scarabaeidae. ... moltonii Sabatinelli, 1976 Anoxia matutinalis suturalis Reitter, 1890 Anoxia matutinalis can reach a length of 19-26 ...
*  Western Interior Seaway anoxia
Anoxia in the Western Interior Seaway during Oceanic Anoxic Event II is still an enigma. Oceanic Anoxic Event II is believed to ... The episodes of anoxia came about at times when very high sea levels coincided with the nearby Sevier orogeny that affected ... It has been argued that the Western Interior Seaway could have had patches of anoxia, or places where water is stratified. This ... Molybdenum, an oxygen-sensitive trace metal, will be present in unoxidized form in strata only if there is anoxia. One study ...
*  Fink effect
The Fink effect, also known as "diffusion anoxia", "diffusion hypoxia", or the "third gas effect", is a factor that influences ... ISBN 978-0-443-06785-3. B. R. Fink (1955). "Diffusion anoxia". Anesthesiology. 16 (51): 1-519. doi:10.1097/00000542-195507000- ...
*  Bernard Raymond Fink
He first explained the Fink Effect in his 1955 paper "Diffusion anoxia". He went to the University of London at 16. He served ... B. R. Fink (1955). "Diffusion anoxia". Anesthesiology. 16 (51): 1-519. doi:10.1097/00000542-195507000-00007. Beers, Carole (2 ...
*  Mechanism of anoxic depolarization in the brain
Another anoxia-tolerant animal that is commonly used as a model to study anoxia in the mammalian brain is the crucian carp, ... Even though glycolysis is stimulated early in anoxia in both the crucian carp and C. picta, the crucian carp is able to stay ... Selective vulnerability is the term used to describe how some parts of the brain are more sensitive to anoxia than others, and ... Anoxia-prone cells in the brain include the hippocampal pyramidal cells of CA1, cerebellar purkinje cells, pyramidal ...
*  Tineola bisselliella
Argon anoxia - Similar to cryofumigation, but using dry argon gas to exclude oxygen. This process may cost more than carbon ... Nitrogen anoxia - Similar to cryofumigation, but using dry nitrogen gas to exclude oxygen This process may cost more than ... "Insect Mortality under Anoxia". Keepsafe. Keepsafe Microclimate Systems. Retrieved 2015-05-20. Daniel, Vinod; et al. (25 ... asphyxiating the insects Carbon dioxide anoxia - Similar to cryofumigation, but using compressed dry carbon dioxide gas to ...
*  Trait theory
link) Peskine, A; Picq, C; Pradat-Diehl, P (Dec 2004). "Cerebral anoxia and disability". Brain Inj. 18 (12): 1243-54. doi: ...
*  Glossary of underwater diving terminology
anoxia Completely lacking in oxygen. AODC Association of Offshore Diving Contractors, one of the predecessors to IMCA. aphasia ...
*  Grinker myelinopathy
PLUM, FRED (July 1962). "Delayed Neurological Deterioration After Anoxia". Archives of Internal Medicine. 110 (1): 18. doi: ...
*  Chemocline
Past and Present Water Column Anoxia. Dordrecht (Netherlands), Springer, 2006. O'Sullivan, Patrick E., and Colin S. Reynolds, ...
*  Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii
... anoxia in at least some strata; high turbidity; high incident irradiation; and low macrophyte biomass. The bacterium is thought ...
*  Euxinia
This is because anoxia slows the degradation of organic matter, allowing for greater burial in the sediments. Other evidence ... This caused a temporary state of total anoxia in the fjord, and resulted in dramatic fish mortality. This fjord is marked by a ... The degree of pyritization and the δ34S were both high, supporting the presence of anoxia and sulfide, as well as the depletion ... Anoxia and sulfidic conditions often occur together. In anoxic conditions anaerobic, sulfate reducing bacteria convert sulfate ...
*  Carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere
Foellmi, K.B. (2012). "Early Cretaceous life, climate and anoxia". Cretaceous Research. 33: 230-257. doi:10.1016/j.cretres. ...
*  Kenneth B. Storey
Krivoruchko, A.; Storey, K.B. (2015). "Turtle anoxia tolerance: biochemistry and gene regulation". Biochim. Biophys. Acta. 1850 ... and anoxia and ischemia tolerance. Control mechanisms include transcription factor changes that alter gene expression, and ...
*  Anoxic waters
Anoxia is further influenced by biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), which is the amount oxygen used by marine organisms in the ... This property leads to daily anoxic cycles on small geographic scales and seasonal cycles of anoxia on the larger scale. Thus, ... Sarmiento, J. L.; Herbert, T. D.; Toggweiler, J. R. (1988). "Causes of anoxia in the world ocean". Global Biogeochemical Cycles ... H3PO4 Anoxia is quite common in muddy ocean bottoms where there are both high amounts of organic matter and the low levels ...
*  Regarding Henry
He experiences anoxia, resulting in brain damage. Henry survives but initially he can neither move nor talk and he suffers ...
*  Gulf killifish
Tyson, R.V.; T.H. Pearson (1991). "Modern and ancient continental shelf anoxia: an overview". The Geological Society. 58: 1-24 ...
*  Richard B. Frankel
Altenbach, A. V., In Bernhard, J. M., & In Seckbach, J. (2012). Anoxia: Evidence for eukaryote survival and paleontological ...
*  Red-eared slider
Effects of anoxia on adrenergic and cholinergic control". The Journal of Experimental Biology. 203 (Pt 24): 3775-3784. PMID ... Krivoruchko, A.; Storey, K. B. (2010). "Forever Young: Mechanisms of Natural Anoxia Tolerance and Potential Links to Longevity ...
*  Anoxic event
However, anoxia was also rife during the Hirnantian (late Ordovician) ice age. Oceanic anoxic events have been recognized ... Page, A. (2007). "Deglacial anoxia in a long-lived Early Palaeozoic Icehouse." (PDF). In Budd, G.E.; Streng, M.; Daley, A.C.; ... Oceanic anoxic events or anoxic events (anoxia conditions) refer to intervals in the Earth's past where portions of oceans ... The boundary between the Ordovician and Silurian periods is marked by repetitive periods of anoxia, interspersed with normal, ...
*  Indeloxazine
Yamamoto M, Shimizu M (April 1987). "Effects of indeloxazine hydrochloride (YM-08054) on anoxia". Archives Internationales de ...
*  Late Devonian extinction
The brims are thought to have served a respiratory purpose, and the increasing anoxia of waters led to an increase in their ... David P. G. Bond; Paul B. Wignalla (2008). "The role of sea-level change and marine anoxia in the Frasnian-Famennian (Late ... Evidence exists of widespread anoxia in oceanic bottom waters; the rate of carbon burial shot up, and benthic organisms were ... The extinction events were accompanied by widespread oceanic anoxia; that is, a lack of oxygen, prohibiting decay and allowing ...