Manometric methods as applied to the measurement of cell respiration and other processes by Dixon, Malcolm.

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  • Chemistry, Physiological,
  • Cytology,
  • Manometers.

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Statementwith a foreword by Sir F.G. Hopkins.
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Paginationxii, 122 p. illus., table.
Number of Pages122
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Open LibraryOL14911101M

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No.2nd Ed. + by: Methods of calibration and other practical details are described. Part II gives in detail the methods for measuring respiration, including the direct method, the first method of Dickens and Simer, the indirect method of Warburg, the second method.

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Get this from a library. Manometric methods as applied to the measurement of cell respiration and other processes. [Malcolm Dixon]. Manometric methods are still commonly used to measure metabolic rates of arthropods, particularly in relatively small insects such as Drosophila, but we have been unable to find a validation of their efficacy for measuring O 2 consumption (Sohal et al., ; Ross, ; Hulbert et al., ).Cited by: In the manometric method the progress of a chemical reaction, such as oxygen incorporation into an oxide specimen, can be monitored by the determination of changes in p(O 2).

The oxidation or reduction of an oxide specimen would result in a decrease or an increase in p(O 2) Cited by: 1. Author(s): Dixon,Malcolm, Title(s): Manometric methods as applied to the measurement of cell respiration and other processes. Edition: 3d ed. Country of Publication: England Publisher: Cambridge [Eng.] University Press, 1.

Author(s): Dixon,Malcolm, Title(s): Manometric methods as applied to the measurement of cell respiration and other processes,by Malcolm Dixon with a foreword by Sir F. Hopkins. Manometric Techniques: A Manual Describing Methods Applicable to the Study of Tissue Metabolism. Manometric Techniques: A Manual Describing Methods Applicable to the Study of Tissue Metabolism.

Excerpt. The earlier editions indicated that this volume would be revised whenever necessary, and that necessity now is evident. both the BOD/ThOD% values of the model substanc es and the precision of the measurement. The manometric respirometric method was proved to be an advanced method for simulating biodegradation processes in soil and water media.

Keywords: biochemical oxygen demand, biodegradation, BOD test, organic compound, respirometric method, wastewater. Dixon, M.: Manometric Methods as Applied to the Measurement of Cell Respiration and Other dge Univ.

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Cambridge University Press. Hellinga, J. () On the effect of substances produced by fungi on the respiration of the tissue of potato tubers; I, II. Ned. Akad. Wet. Proc. 43, – (I); Cited by: 1. For decades, researchers have been using Clark-type oxygen electrodes or infra-red gas analysers to measure the respiration rate from Arabidopsis cells and tissues (Noren et al., ; Hunt,   Manometer has one or two transparent tubes and two liquid surfaces where pressure applied to surface This video is about: Manometric Method of Measuring Vapour Pressure.

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In applied soil microbiology and biochemistry, statistical methods that are suited to describing, analyzing, and evaluating the information and quality of field data are important. An important point in the evaluation of soil data sets is the spatial analysis and display of the data.

Cellular respiration via the electron transport chain is present in eukaryotic and prokaryotic organisms. Two small all α-helical c -type cytochrome proteins, both functioning as electron-transport molecules, have been shown to form amyloid fibrils under unique methodologies.

Both cytochrome c from Hydrogenobacter thermophilus (Fig. Summary. A simple and convenient technique was developed based on the principle of Warburg manometric method to measure O 2 uptake rate (OUR) and CO 2 evolution rate (CER) of suspended cells in a shake flask culture.

It was successfully applied to suspension cultures of rice (Oryza sativa) and Panax notoginseng cells, and some important bioprocess parameters, such as OUR, CER, Cited by:   A fundamental challenge in plant physiology is independently determining the rates of gross O2 production by photosynthesis and O2 consumption by respiration, photorespiration, and other processes.

Previous studies on isolated chloroplasts or leaves have separately constrained net and gross O2 production (NOP and GOP, respectively) by labeling ambient O2 with 18O while leaf water Cited by: 9. Temperature caused a significant change in the bioenergetics of the two forensically important flies namely, the housefly Musca domestica vicina Macquart and the blow fly Lucilia sericata Meigen in the laboratory under different constant temperatures.

The oxygen consumption of both species increased with an increase in the larval weight at all tested temperatures. Gas permeation (manometric method) according to ISO Description: Universal testing method applicable to nearly all gases for determining gas transmission rate through flat plastic materials like films, sheetings, laminates, co-extruded or coated materials under a differential pressure.

This study examined the determination of BOD in landfill leachates by dilution (D-method) and manometric methods (M-method). The differences in results were discussed based on statistical tests.

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The other method, referred to as initial rate method or kinetic method, is based on the initial rate of current change directly after sample addition.

This measuring method is less time-consuming. In this review, applications of near-infrared photoacoustic spectroscopy are presented as an opportunity to evaluate human respiration because the measurement of breath is fast, intact and simple to implement.

Recently, analytical methods for measuring biomarkers in exhaled air have been extensively developed. With laser-based photoacoustic spectroscopy, volatile organic compounds can be. Manometric Techniques: A Manual Describing Methods Applicable to the Study of Tissue Metabolism,Life Science Series, pages.

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The measurement of BOD 5 is a time-consuming method and the 5-day time had been accepted rather somewhat arbitrarily and without any well-argued scientific background (Min et al.

The COD-measurement, on the other hand, is rapid, but its preciseness and reproducibility depend much on the procedure followed and also on the by: 1. Jason C. Collins, Lesley H. Greene, in Bio-nanoimaging, Prosthetic All α-Helical Proteins.

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Chapter 4. Basic Physiological Processes: Food Synthesis and Assimilation of Cell Constituents I. Introduction II. Photosynthesis and Respiration III.

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Biochemical Oxygen Demand. The BOD is an empirical test to determine the molecular oxygen used during a specified incubation period (usually five days), for the biochemical degradation of organic matter (carbonaceous demand) and the oxygen used to oxidise inorganic matter .Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) is the amount of dissolved oxygen needed (i.e.

demanded) by aerobic biological organisms to break down organic material present in a given water sample at certain temperature over a specific time period. The BOD value is most commonly expressed in milligrams of oxygen consumed per litre of sample during 5 days of incubation at 20 °C and is often used as a.Recently, novel approaches to the biosensor analysis of the BOD have started to be developed; these approaches make it possible to achieve an acceptable fit of the data obtained by biosensor measurements with those determined by traditional methods and to approach the solution of many applied Cited by: 5.

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