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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Ho K-LG, Pometto AL 111 (1999) Temperature effects on soil mineralization of polylactic acid plastic in laboratory respirometers.
2] consumption rates by fish inside the respirometers were not significantly different between the treatments (p>0.
Reused respiratory accessories, including the breathing systems used for anesthesia, respirometer, resuscitation bag, nebulizer and test lung, should be properly cleansed and decontaminated after each use.
An underwater respirometer and programmable data logger for in situ energy budget studies.
2] produced during the biodegradation of polymers is by the use of a Bartha respirometer, which was originally developed for determining the biodegradation of pollutants in soil (40-43).
Determination of the ultimate aerobic biodegradability of plastic materials in soil by measuring the oxygen demand in a respirometer or the amount of carbon dioxide evolved.
Inside the chamber this line is connected to a second component, which consists of a exhalation valve mechanism, PEEP valve, reservoir bag for spontaneous breathing and a Wright respirometer to measure exhaled volumes.
For the OUR measurements, an Oxitop (WTW, Giessen, Germany) respirometer was filled with a 40g sample.
Then it occurred to me that we could use the bubble as a respirometer," says Seymour, to find out how much oxygen the spiders consume.
These research papers introduced a novel non-invasive technique to assess the blood cells age with special reference to hypoxic (low oxygen) environment and a new method to successfully modify the twin flow respirometer a sophisticated highly sensitive equipment for research studies under anoxia (nil Oxygen) with accurate results.
For example, nurses will typically interact with a respirometer in a minimal way--monitoring patient status, turning off alarms, and changing the display to check various measures for the therapy being administered.