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Measuring plants, seeds, bacteria respiration

pabloggh at eucmax.sim.ucm.es pabloggh at eucmax.sim.ucm.es
Wed May 21 05:28:12 EST 1997


In article <19970511031600.XAA04855 at ladder01.news.aol.com>, janczek at aol.com (JanCzek) writes:
>  Respirometer for plants,bacteria, yeast algae 
> We developed very sensitive O2/CO2 Respirometer  which can monitor oxygen
> consumption of algae at the levels of 0.2 uL O2/hour. It was also  used to
> measure respiration of zebra mussels, water plants, respiration of seed,
> insects, vegetables, olive fruits and cherries. It was also used to test
> bacteria growth in fruit juices and in testing bioremediation rate  of oil
> spills ( Exxon
> Valdez). 1 to 80 samples can be tested simultaneously over minutes or
> months in air or modified atmosphere. Respirometer can be supplemented
> with CH4, H2S, H2 and NH3 
> analyzers . Principle of measurement is in the measuring head space gas
> exchanges 
> by externally located gaseous vary sensitive analyzers ( 0.001%).
> 
> If you are interested in receiving more information drop me a note  and I
> will send you
> instrument description and application notes including published papers on
> its marine applications.
> Jan Czekajewski
> Columbus, Ohio, USA
> e-mail : janczek at aol.com
> 



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