Definition of Respirometric
1. spirometric [adj] - See also: spirometric
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Literary usage of Respirometric
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1. Guide for Conducting Treatability Studies Under CERCLA: Biodegradation by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"Sodium azide Used to inhibit biological activity Low pH Tool Radiolabeling Liquid scintillation counter Tool in control cells (by inhibiting respirometric ..."
2. A Laboratory Course in Plant Physiology by William Francis Ganong (1908)
"But of respirometric methods proper there are several. Thus the living tissues may be kept for a time in a closed chamber with a carbon -dioxide-absorbing ..."
3. In-Situ Bioremediation of Ground Water and Geological Material: A Review of ...by Robert D. Norris by Robert D. Norris (1995)
"However, the relationship between respirometric data and actual bioventing treatment rates have not been clearly determined. Additional field respirometry ..."
4. Biotechnology: Bioremediation: Bibliography, January 1992-May 1994 by Kim Guenther (1995)
"In situ respirometric evaluations and field pilot studies at sites with varying soil conditions indicate that bioventing is a cost-effective method to treat ..."
5. RREL Hazardous Waste Research Symposium: Abstract Proceedings, 19th Annual (1993)
"... of biodegradation kinetics with respirometric data. J. Water Pollut. Control Fed. 61:1711-1721, 1989.. Vesper, SJ, Davis-Hoover, WJ, and Murdoch, ..."