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- Barometric pressure
- Fractional concentration of a given gas, such as FO2; usually distinguished by whether the concentration is measured entering a respirometer chamber(incurrent; Fi) or leaving it (excurrent; Fe)
- Flow rate of air through a chamber or into a mask (mass flow rate is assumed unless stated otherwise)
- Metabolic rate
- The ratiometric increase of an ectotherm’s metabolic rate over a 10°C rise in body temperature; usually has a value close to 2.0
- Relative humidity, the percentage of water vapor pressure in the environment relative to the maximum (saturated) water vapor pressure possible at the temperature of measurement
- Respiratory quotient; ratio of CO2 emitted to O2 consumed; typically falls within the range 0.7–1.0 for aerobic catabolism of fats and carbohydrates, respectively; proteins yield intermediate values based on their mix of amino acids
- Standard temperature and pressure; gas volume is typically corrected from ambient conditions to STP (0°C and 101.325 kPa)
- Rate of water vapor loss, often expressed as milliliters per minute, milliliters per hour, or in mass equivalents
- Rate of O2 consumption, often expressed as milliliters per minute, milliliters per hour, micromoles per second, etc.
- Rate of CO2 emission, often expressed as milliliters per minute, milliliters per hour, micromoles per second, etc.
- Water vapor pressure