warburg apparatus

warburg apparatus
noun
Usage: usually capitalized W
: a complex respirometer consisting of a battery of constant-volume manometer-flask units with a mechanically agitated constant-temperature bath and used especially in the study of cellular respiration and metabolism or fermentation and other enzymatic reactions

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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