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An SBO Co.
Dairy, Reproductive, Microbiological and Botanical Biology:
Projects we are presenting to the general public and our industrial & scientific communities-
a) Cell Biology and Reproductive Biology of GMO Cows of higher milk food protein daily output (kg/d/cow) using proprietary feed (HQ forages & functional prebiotics including specific amino acids (e. g. HIS, ARG, GLU, LEU, and a host of other non-essential amino acids, NEAA) and probiotic techniques (see below for more on this).
b) Probiotics Techniques primarily for the Indian subContinent (e. g. India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Pakistan for their native water buffalo populations) (cross-bred for adaptation and hi-performance) using advanced approaches including GEditing and protoplast fusion with back-crossing to stabilize the fusant varieties. New approaches in manipulating digestive function of microbes in the ruminant gut will entail gene insertion/replacement (improved version) using GEditing techniques.
c) Marine Seagrasses development- for XL grow varieties using approaches like auxins, photosynthesis, cellulo-synthesis (fibre), other growth factors (e. g. those used to grow with plant food), drug development such as common pharma like intravenous insulin and vitamin D-agonist seco-steroidals and hi-sugar content for both water-soluble carbohydrates (WSC) for feeding as well as nutraceuticals as well as for sugar milling production in future similar to Stevia (R) from silviculture and tree leaves.
Ph.D.-Level Certification in the Applied Sciences including Engineering at UNE-Armidale (AU) is what we are plugging for to help contribute to realizing the development of botanical varieties in sub-horticultural management for pharma, bioenergy (including biodiesel and biokerosene) and animal fodders for cheese and dairy production using either native Canadian seagrass and/or duckweed and coastal marine grass from Australia especially if grant funded with domicility in mind. BioLabs(R) will be setup in pilot-scale to raise horticulturally using proprietary Occuwells (R) with agar-agar, tray racking with fast loading including nutrient/gas input/output exchange in filtered biosaline incubator cells with priority for back-crossed, gene edited protoplasmic fusants as selected out. (See also in this portal site: Armsdale Mi lling and Foods, and on Wix.com, the Genus Project which we will be updating/activating depending on demand of use for the website by viewers like you.
We have other webpages on this portal website (Hum-Molgen.De) promoting resource recruitment to organize these projects in future so get back to us so we can reply in this regards.
Last update of this entry: July 23, 2020