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We have designed the Genesis 1:11™ plant transporting Rocket Capsules, Rooting pots, and other precision toolkits to support Mars terraformation.
These indicators are needed for us to finalize the integrated mini-laboratory of the Rocket Capsule. We have found statistical correlation between nutrient (nitrogen) deficiency symptoms of plants and changes in 8-aminopyrene-1,3,6-trisulfonic acid (APTS)-labeled complex type free oligosaccharides. We are predicting deficiency symptoms by multispectral images and Kjeldahl digestion, APTS-labeled complex type free oligosaccharides are identified by their glucose unit (GU) values, using microchip electrophoresis and capillary electrophoresis with laser induced fluorescence detection (CE-LIF).
Our main research line is separation of organic molecules in extraterrestrial soils and in earthly crops with the purpose of developing terraforming strategies and sustainable space technologies. We select, test, and train plants and other lower eukaryotes for space missions. In addition, we develop hardware and software solutions for solving analytical challenges in space discovery.
We bring the ME-based technology to the next level in collaboration with Genesis Analytics Ltd. and ZANE systems Ltd. which will enable automated sample preparation and measurements in space and even in remote places. These samples will originate from soil and plants transported by Genesis 1:11™ Rocket Capsules.
We have redesigned deactivated, aerodynamically perfect K-5 missiles, dismantled from MIG-19 aircraft, and use them in seedling planting experiments.
Have you ever seen a tree in free fall? Today we have done the first seedling drop test in the Genesis 1:11™ plant-transporting rocket capsule from the altitude of 1230 meters/4035ft.
Plants on Mars – is it possible? Could the Moon be our next “home”? Maybe this idea isn’t that far off when Tom Cruise is already shooting his next film in space! We talked about a real futuristic topic this morning
with dr. Bence Mátyás, the research owner of Genesis Sustainable Future Ltd., and István Sárhegyi, a space lawyer and space entrepreneur, awake with us.
Life on Mars? What has this Hungarians got to do with this? Bence Mátyás would send plants to the red planet in special capsules. These would be used to examine how they react and what effects they may have on the environment there. This could be a new chapter in both international and domestic space research.
A Hungarian researcher would deliver terrestrial microbes and plants to Mars with plant-carrying rocket capsules! With his idea, the terraformation of Mars may not be sci-fi, but the reality of the near future! Details tonight in I Am Here from Prof. Dr. Bence Mátyás! I’m Here !, M2 Petőfi Tv, 21:05!
Hungarian researchers from Genesis Sustainable Future Ltd. would bring terrestrial microbes and plants to Mars so that the terraformation could begin before human colonies arrive.
Measuring the effect of herbicides on the natural environment is essential to secure sustainable agriculture practices. Amount of carbon dioxide released by soil microorganisms (soil respiration) is one of the most important soil health indicators, known so far. In this paper we present a comprehensive quantifying study, in which we measured the effect of 14 herbicides on soil respiration over 16 years, from 1991 to 2017, at Debrecen-Látókép Plant Cultivation Experimental Station. Investigated herbicides contained different active ingredients and were applied in various doses. It was found that 11 out of the examined 14 herbicides had a detrimental effect on soil respiration.
Although knowledge on glycan biosynthesis and processing is continuously maturing, there are still a limited number of studies that examine the biological functions of N-glycan structures in plants, which remain virtually unknown.
Genesis1:11TM is a distant places plantation and forestation-supporting high-technology concept including, but not limited to semi-capsuled ecosystems and various physical and precision software tools making it possible to inject microorganisms and to grow plant roots into extraterrestrial soils contributing to a
sustainable future for the humankind in remote places (especially terraforming Mars) having extreme
climatic and environmental conditions. In this paper main characteristics and utilization areas of
Genesis1:11TM Rocket Capsule and technical specifications of Genesis1:11TM Rooting Pot are being
discussed without claiming completeness, including a demonstration how a complex organism like a plant
might provide a useful and simple host for large number of microbes.
Authors’ reply to the commentary in the journal of Electrophoresis regarding “Decision support algorithm for the selection of analytical methods in organic compounds detection for future extraterrestrial exploratory missions”
The search for biotic compounds beyond planet Earth is among the highest priorities in space discovery.
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