respirometer


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respirometer

[‚res·pə′räm· əd·ər]
(engineering)
An instrument for studying respiration.
A diver's helmet containing a compressed air supply for replenishing oxygen used by the diver.
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2] produced during the biodegradation of polymers using a Bartha respirometer (40-42) as illustrated in Fig.
Another limitation was that the tidal volumes reported were not measured directly during Technegas inhalation as this would have contaminated the respirometer.
We utilized 20[degrees]C as opposed to 25[degrees]C because of the upper limit on the water bath used to maintain a constant temperature of the air flowing through the respirometer.
A 380 ml plastic see-through rectangular container was utilized as a static respirometer (Fig.
In this study, a respirometer was utilized for the indirect measurement of metabolic rate.
At the start of each experiment, two adult female mosquitofish, selected randomly from those in one of the three acclimation aquaria, were placed in each of two static respirometer chambers (i.
The control setup was treated the same as described above, except that the respirometer contained no seeds.
2]), and minute ventilation (VE) were measured breath by breath using a respirometer equipped with a gasometer (Model RM300 and Model MG360, Minato Medical Co.
Respiration was measured in an automated respirometer (Respicond VI, Nordgren Innovation) as described by Nordgren (1988).
A respirometer was used to determine the respiration rates (cc/min) for five grams of the seedlings exposed to a single pH environment.
She built a seahorse-size respirometer that records the oxygen concentrations in water flowing into and out of a chamber.
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