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a measuring instrument that determines quantities of heat

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In vitro phosphate solubilization capacity of both isolates was estimated calorimetrically by inoculating single colony of each purified isolate into 500 mL Erlenmeyer flask before subsequent incubation at 282C for 240 h in an orbital shaker at 150 rpm.
Haemoglobin concentrations were analyzed calorimetrically, using sahli's haemoglobin meter.
Cotton lint was too light to form into a pellet, and so was not assayed calorimetrically.
Another possible limitation was the use of Sahli's haemoglobinometer to measure haemoglobin concentration calorimetrically whereas HemoCue or other sophisticated device could be used for getting more accurate results of haemoglobin concentration.
g], of the fully cured nanocomposite is determined calorimetrically using the temperature-modulated technique, TOPEM[R] , which is necessary in the light of the highly cross-linked network that is formed (27).
The phytate-P was measured as decrease in iron content (determined calorimetrically with 2, 2- bipyridine) in the supernatant.
The total starch content in corn starch, waxy rice, diets and feces was calorimetrically determined by using the total starch assay kit (Megazyme International Ireland Ltd.
1) was determined by Kollerov and Matveeva calorimetrically in an aqueous calorimeter [5].
Nitrate-N was determined by the Zinc Reduction Procedure (17) while phosphate and silica were measured calorimetrically by the Ascorbic Acid and Molybdosilicate methods respectively.
Glycosylated hemoglobin was calorimetrically measured by determining 5-hydroxymethylfurfural (5-HMF).
The MDA-TBA adduct formed by above reaction under high temperature (90-100deg C) and an acidic condition is measured calorimetrically at 530- 540 nm.
Serum total cholesterol, high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C), and triglycerides were measured calorimetrically on Synchron Cx5 (Beckman Coulter Instruments Inc.
Both input and output color ingredients are specified calorimetrically, using a spectrophotometer, and are easily compared for conversion between ingredient-based color systems.