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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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Quantification of the evolved C[O.sub.2] (mineralizable C) was performed using the respirometry technique of CURL & RODRIGUEZKABANA (1972) and STOTZKY (1965).
LOAEL (OTC soil respirometry) could not be estimated because no significant adverse effects were observed.
Kurita, "A clinical study for non-contact sleep respirometry with microwave radar, monitored by simultaneous measuring with polysomnography," Iryou kikigaku (The Japanese journal of medical instrumentation), vol.
The Mito Stress Test (ACU Format) is designed to measure oxygen consumption rate (OCR) and extracellular acidification (ECA) simultaneously and in real time under tightly controlled atmospheric conditions using open-flow respirometry.
The tissue was cleaned of adipose and connective tissue and a tissue bundle of approximately 20 mg was selected for mitochondrial respirometry experiments.
Papkovsky, "Toxicological assessment of chemicals using Caenorhabditis elegans and optical oxygen respirometry," Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, vol.
Respirometry and single-enzyme analyses were conducted in muscle biopsies to confirm mitochondrial disease in these patients.
Thermolimit respirometry: an objective assessment of critical thermal maxima in two sympatric desert harvester ants, Pogonomyrmex rugosus and P californicus.