Application notes on respirometery of living organisms

JanCzek janczek at aol.com
Thu Feb 13 10:00:50 EST 1997

Application notes  on respirometery of bacteria, yeast, mold and insects

I collected a number of published papers and application notes from
different fields of biology in which researches used Columbus Instruments’
"Micro-Oxymax" Respirometer  to Measure O2 consumption and CO2 production.
 For example following  subjects are described:

In dermatology:
Cutaneous Respiration, effects of cosmetics on the rate of diffusion of O2
and CO2. 
In entomology:  Respiration Of A Fly Larva (Sarcopaga Crassipalpis).
In food science:  Detection Of Bacillus Cereus T In Milk,
   Mold Growth In Chicken Feed,
   Respiration Of A Fertile Chicken Egg.
  Yeast contamination in fruit juice
In bioremediation field:  Replacing Sturm Test (OECD-301-B) By CO2
   Treatment Creosote Contaminated Soil.
In agriculture: Respiration And Physiochemical Changes Of Harvested Olive
Oxygen Consumption Of Potato (bruised and non bruised), Oxidation Of
If you are interested in receiving these papers and description of
equipment used  please  reply to:

Jan Czekajewski, Ph.D.
Columbus Instruments
Columbus, Ohio, USA
ph (614) 276-0861
janczek at aol.com

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