Hypoxia definitions

hī-pŏk'sē-ə, hĭ-
Deficiency in the amount of oxygen reaching body tissues.
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Depletion of dissolved oxygen in aquatic environments to levels that are detrimental or fatal to aerobic organisms, often caused by eutrophication.
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Deficiency in the amount of oxygen reaching body tissues.
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Depletion of dissolved oxygen in aquatic environments to levels that are detrimental or fatal to aerobic organisms, often caused by eutrophication.
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An abnormal condition resulting from a decrease in the oxygen supplied to or utilized by bodily tissue.
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The definition of hypoxia is a medical condition where not enough oxygen is getting into the body.

An example of hypoxia is a potentially fatal condition when not enough oxygen is being used in the body tissues.

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(pathology) A condition in which tissues (especially the blood) are deprived of an adequate supply of oxygen; anoxia.
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A reduced concentration of dissolved oxygen in an aquatic environment.
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