INDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGICAL LABORATORY ADJUSTABLE MOBILE AND SCALE OF THE MODEL OF BIOFABRICS. PHYTOLAB.

  • Carlos Emilio Galian Doctor en Ciencias Tecnicas
  • Jose Cabral
  • Luis Arnaldo Jocobo
  • Miguel Soarez Casttela

Abstract

It is the result of more than ten years of research, knowledge development, and experience in the conservation and mass propagation of elite plants by means of biotechnological techniques aimed at improving the agribusiness production and the environmental conservation and restoration. Phytolab, the prefabricated, mobile and adjustable in size version of Biofabrica, provides all the same working conditions of an industrial biotechnological lab, such as aseptic, temperature, humidity, pressure and light control. However, it requires a third of the investment and operating costs of any plant propagation in a mass multiplication programme, in vitro plant conservation, training, research and development The functional design of Phytolab allows planning its layout based on demand and following different purposes: Gene Bank, Mass Multiplication, R+D and Training. It can be used for rescuing, introducing and conserving in vitro plant material with space for more than 20,000 establishments. Its productive potential can exceed a million vitroplants per year, depending on the number of growth chambers, the species, the containers or the semi-solid and liquid media system (TIS) to be used.  For HRM training, various activities, such as protocol adjustment, approval of productive performance of plant biological material, and innovation in and implementation of Transverse Technologies as well as addressing guidelines relating conservation, study and assessment of micro-organisms, micro-propagation protocol development, molecular assessment and certification


Keywords: Biofactory, Phytolab, biotechnological lab,vitroplants,

Published
2018-08-28
How to Cite
GALIAN, Carlos Emilio et al. INDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGICAL LABORATORY ADJUSTABLE MOBILE AND SCALE OF THE MODEL OF BIOFABRICS. PHYTOLAB.. International Congress of Knowledge and Innovation - Ciki, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 1, aug. 2018. ISSN 2318-5376. Available at: <http://proceeding.ciki.ufsc.br/index.php/ciki/article/view/605>. Date accessed: 22 may 2019.