The Climate Room is the cabin where the necessary climatic conditions are created to provide the ideal environment for living development. It is an important infrastructure for revealing biochemical dynamics in terms of marine sciences. In order to understand the marine ecosystem, it allows the creation of stable and changing environmental conditions of the marine climate structure.
This established climate chamber in the institute will help to simulate the model dynamics and perform long-term experiments with the adjustable temperature and light intensity experienced by the living thing. Thus, it allows the growth of the living environment to examine the responses to the variables in the environment and to express these responses with mathematical formulas.
The climate chamber allows the investigation of the dynamics of microorganisms’ nutrient dynamics and primary metabolites (carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins, fats, etc.) and the dynamics of the sea as well as the secondary metabolites.
• Polyurethane cabin system with temperature, humidity, etc. insulation.
• Min 200 lux light can be obtained on the cabin test area.
• Two separate shelving systems are designed so that the light system can be manually dimmed and opened between 5% – 100%.
• The temperature can be set at a single constant temperature between 13 ° C and 35 ° C (± 1 ° C).
• Automatic day / night photoperiod times.
• Cabin values can be monitored by electronic panel and log system outside the cabin.