Hello, I was wondering if you could tell me who to contact about available grants to assist in financial debt due to environmental "Microbe" species that has affected brackish and marine environments. Multiple cases of plant and animal parasitic hybrid species, has facility exhausted of all available income without future planning.
Since this microbe species has a extreme survival technique, It is in my best interest to consider the current business objects and convert goals committed strictly to environmental research.
I feel the decline in local farming revenues and loss due to severe nematode species that this funding will succeed the average expectations. It has a super response to osmotic conditions, ranging in all environments, parasitic to species with plant restructure as a host and about a month long expected life cycle. I have witnessed all phases of this species among others in transformation to all freshwater habitats to unidentified hybrids. Evidence reveals a significant amount of responsibility stems from experimental Microbe species to combat toxic wastelands and an unpredicted or intended result because of climate conditions. This is a area of high sand stone soil and acidic conditions outside of marine environment, a large degree of drastic conditions( densities range from 1.004 to 1.0048 water conditions) obtainable at a location not ever to be possible before.
In the process of trying to save the business from disaster, i have found ways to completely eradicate them from aquatic conditions (which could be considered advancement to treatments and study) but the humid conditions find ways to attract flying insects who transport microbe. This information and research available in a isolated environment, biologically balanced, all biospheres available, could be submitted to the OU campus of Microbiology Research and Lab centers for a better understanding of nuisance protozoa/pathogen to anywhere globally preferred.
This business is in aquaculture systems of over 3,000 (in-house) gallons of exotic marine species and capital assets invested are in the range of the upper $60,000 with a debt of 20,000. Topic at interest primarily are the observations of species of which adapted immunities responses implicated to pathogens are of great interest to keep the doors open to research for scientist and explore vaccine remedies resulting from present immunities in our pets.
We are a large scale facility housing over 2,000 ornamental of multiple species of clown fish, some to be on the endangered waters list, and a multitude of exotic corals unavailable to public. We would hate to close the business due to the lack of funds and let these possible, one of a kind last species left just walk out the door to an inexperienced hobbyist. Due to our oceans and the environmental conditions present, please consider my proposal if there is a revenue for this type of request.
I feel it would be in the communities best interest, form crops and nations farmers, the cryopreservation of future reef restoration acts. Options for implicating museum establishment for science and research, resources to higher education and bio-threat activities suspected for damage would be ran by owners with over 40 combined years experience.
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