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Sediment Incubation Germination
Poster Title: Sediment Incubation Germination
Submitted on 22 Oct 2021
Author(s): Solomon Ubani
This poster was presented at Sensor Conference China
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Abstract: Here is a proposition for an assignment. I have been researching development of a biorbic apparatus. It uses a tripoidal flow to distribute biomass from germination of organic based material. It uses UV spectrum on a hemisphere to incubate the germination and another inverse hemisphere to retain moisture to supply to the organic matter. This is a self sustaining design that can ensure germination is improved while retaining reusable biomass in a compartment attached to the hemisphere for use to produce renewable resources.
Germination plant based organism in an incumbent apparatus. This is a self sustaining organic distributive of plant stem in vitro supply to support its development. This is depicted in basic description.
(C4+) + (H20) + UV = CaCl
CaCl is the natural content of sterylitic solutions. This is an organic content that needs subsequent additives for it to be distributed. The ratio per volume of the organic plant based organism can be used to make a hypothesis using biomass in the compartment 30 cm dimension hemisphere base.
This biorbic incumbent has tripoidal distribution of vapor and biomass of the germination of the plant based organism. This gives it a tripoidal supply and sediments on the compartment that can be use to understand the germination.
In another more irregular germination a more alkalitic sediment is obtained for the research.
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