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a measuring instrument that determines quantities of heat

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[7,14] Blood loss was not measured calorimetrically, the transfusion volume was based on the presurgical haemoglobin level, and the volume transfused was decided clinically by the attending anaesthetist.
Mineral N was determined on the extracts from day 21 calorimetrically by measuring the concentrations of nitrate (N[O.sub.3.sup.-]) and ammonium (N[H.sub.4.sup.+]) on a microplate spectrophotometer (BioTek Instruments, Winooski, VT, USA) following the methods by of Doane and Howarth (2003) and Weatherburn (1967), respectively.
These anions were detected calorimetrically by Griess reagent.
indica on growth inhibition of colorectal cancer cells was evaluated by the MTT assay which calorimetrically quantifies insoluble purple formazan compound produce by viable cells.
Protein concentration in vial mixture was calorimetrically estimated according to an already described method (Bradford, 1976).
Principal: Urea reacts with diacetyl monoxide in presence of thiosemicarbizide, under acid conditions to form a coloured compound which is estimated calorimetrically at 520nm.
Enzymatic determination of urea by calorimetrically Method Anal.
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. An approximation of the ash content was obtained by weighing the inorganic residue remaining after the total consumption of the organic matter during the calorimetric measurements.
The hydroxyproline content of the hydrolyzation products was assessed calorimetrically at 550 nm.
The increase in absorbance per minute, as a function of NADH production, is measured calorimetrically at 340 nm.
The glass transition temperature, [T.sub.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).
Sanchez-Ruiz, "Calorimetrically determined dynamics of complex unfolding transitions in proteins," Annual Review of Biophysics and Biophysical Chemistry, vol.
The N content of the plant tissues were determined by Kjedahl procedure whereas P content was determined calorimetrically according to Murphy and Rilley [20] and the K content of the plant tissue was determined by the Flame Photometer while Ca and Mg were determined by AAS.
Blood urea nitrogen (BUN), creatinine, and uric acid levels were determined calorimetrically using kits from Diamond Diagnostic Company (Egypt), to assess the intensity of kidney damage.