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  November 25, 2020
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1. free ONLINE. global e-services weekly newsletter. e-mail us AT: skyebluepublications@aim.com.

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1. SUPPLEMENTATION WITH FEED PROTEIN AND ENERGY CONCENTRATES OR PRETREATMENT VIS-A-VIS MICROBIAL PROBIOTICS ON LOW-QUALITY DIETS.

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Feed and microbial flows both contribute directly and not directly to protein flow in the intestines of ruminant livestock. Conventional feeding protein / energy concentrates and pretreatment of basal rations versus plasmid-based genetic engineering as well as mutagenesis for strain improvement and co-culture are approaches discussed to manipulate flow. (See also: J. M. Forbes recent book publication with CABI, U.K.)
 

2. A COMPILATION OF LIGNOCELLULOSE FEEDSTOCK AND RELATED RESEARCH FOR FEED, FOOD AND ENERGY.

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A monograph on various topics with implications on new or possible advances with lignocellulose research in regards to animal feeding and also lending itself to bioenergy feedstock. The issues of various pretreatment and crop improvements with biotechand digestion are discussed. (Our Readers: Second edition will be out in late 2020 with IngramSpark, U.S.A., and Xlibris Australia Pty. Ltd.) 
 

3. COLLECTED SKYEBLUEORGANIZATION (SBO) GROUP OF COS. IN BIO/MEDICINE 2020.

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A compilation of SBO cos. bloggings., as a partner with co-op and "green technologies" in both primary and diversified industries emphasizing: sustainability, natural resource management (involving geo-political issues), economics and human welfare: human health, environmental safety and world strategic security. Welcoming our membership to our new vision of the Lower Fraser Valley. (A courtesy of the Human Molecular-Genetics Organization based in the Federal Rep. of Germany.) 
 


4.  FLORES SYNTHESIS OF [26-13C]-LANOSTERAL FROM LANOSTEROL WITH SCHEMA FOR VITAMIN D AGONIST AS DRUG CANDIDATE FOR CHRONIC INFLAMMATION-TYPE DISEASE AETIOLOGY.

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This Undergraduate thesis dates from research in 1980 at Kalamazoo College USA on steroidal chemistry beginning the journey with elaborating the side-chain of Lanosterol (animal, fungi). As a precursor to experiments described for VitD analogues or agonistes (we call here VitD-As) for potential anti-chronic inflammatory drugs we hope will have eventual use as a preventative health nutritional (PHN) with heart-health drug applications. Potential use of semi-labour, plant-based aquaponics marine grass land-based cropping using our chemically- synthesized Lanosterol (animal, fungi) derivative introduced by reusable intra-tissue plant implant above the root / stem junction (uptake by s. osmotic pressure), to a timed delivery dosage to fully harvest of leafy parts, with downstream processing to extract bioactive forms of UV-protected VitD-As using rec-chloroplastid expressed genes in leaves, is referred to. For more reading: Go to:http://dannflores9. wordpress.com.

 

5.  CREATED WHITE PAPER: PEPTIDE NUCLEIC ACID (PNA) TECHNOLOGY FOR GENE SILENCING AS APPLIED TO SILAGE AND RUMEN DIGESTION.

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The latest on molecular mechanisms to control bacteria in direct-applied problems such as feed and inside G.I. tract and that is an alternative approach to using hormones, Abs and that is GMO-free. 

 


6.  CREATED WHITE PAPER: FUNCTIONAL AMINO ACIDS WITH NON-GMO

LIVESTOCK FEEDING.

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Paper continues study of amino acid nutrition and peptide-releasing and growth hormonal effects to livestock production on limiting diets, the use of organic yeast over-producers as amino acid supplements and categories of livestock production: lean body mass, lactation and reproductive performance.

 

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Other Book Selections in Agriculture and Health (In press or TBA): 

1.  D. A. Flores (Danny Agustin Flores not David A. Flores). 1991. Biotechnology and the Improvement of Silage (temperate and tropical) Rumen Digestion: a mini-review. Appl. Microbiol. and Biotechnol. 35: 277 - 285. (See the erratum which was published in the journal in 2012 removing the N balance dataset from this double-study, as first author.) (We are also reporting these fraudulent misnomered quotes of the author's name where it appears on entries in the world-wide web.). 

2.  D. A. Flores. 2013. "A Compilation of Lignocellulose Feedstock and Related Research for Feed, Food and Energy," Xlibris (U.S.A.):  ISBN: 978-1-4797-6536-2 (HB); 978-1-4797-6535-5 (SC); and 978-1-4797-6537-9 (Ebook).  

3. D. A. Flores. 2020. "A Compilation of Lignocellulose Feedstock and Related Research for Feed, Food and Energy - Vol. 1, 2nd Edition," Xlibris (Australia) Pty. Ltd., Skye Blue Publications.ca, IngramSpark (Australia) (written and soon to be published in 2020).

4.  D. A. Flores. 2021-22. "A Compilation of Lignocellulose Feedstock and Related Research for Feed, Food and Energy - Vol. 2, 1st Edition," Xlibris LLC (Australia) Pty. Ltd. (partially written, not yet published).

5. D. A. Flores. 2022-2025. "A Compilation of Lignocellulose Feedstock and Related Research for Feed, Food and Energy - Vol. 3, 1st Edition," Xlibris (Australia) Pty. Ltd. (partially written, not yet published). 

6. D. A. Flores. 2022-2025. "Aspects of Functional Feeding in Animal Livestock," Xlibris (Australia) Pty. Ltd. (not yet published). This includes recent topics on feeding lower quality feeds and supplements and the emerging field of translational nutrigenomics. (See also in this website: "Medica & Communication5.)

7. D. A. Flores. 2022-205. "Derisking with GMO and Non-GMO Biotechnologies," Xlibris (Australia) Pty. Ltd. (not yet published).

8., 9., 10., 11.  Topics we are throwing up in the air are: "The Basis of Wellness is Our Immune Health," (See also on this website: Medica & Communications2.), "Advances in Nutrition, Endocrinology and Physiology with Aspects in Metabolism and Production", "Advances in Nutrition, Neurocrine Physiology,  Endocrinology and Cellular Immunity." Xlibris (Australia) Pty. Ltd.  

 


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