Repeated measurement of Mo2 in small aquatic organisms: a manual intermittent flow respirometer using off-the-shelf components.

@article{Baker2018RepeatedMO,
  title={Repeated measurement of Mo2 in small aquatic organisms: a manual intermittent flow respirometer using off-the-shelf components.},
  author={D. Baker and M. Hudson and E. J. Frost and M. Sewell},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2018},
  volume={124 3},
  pages={
          741-749
        }
}
Measurement of rates of oxygen consumption ( Mo2) in small aquatic embryos or larvae (<1 mm) in response to altered environmental conditions has traditionally been challenging. Here, using modifications of a commercially available fluorescent optode flow-through cell (FTC; PreSens FTC-PSt3) and routine laboratory supplies (syringes, stopcocks, tubing), we have constructed a manual intermittent flow respirometer (MIFR) that allows measurement of Mo2 in small numbers of individuals when… Expand

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