bio-security

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bio-security

n
(Military) the precautions taken to protect against the spread of lethal or harmful organisms and diseases
ˌbio-seˈcure adj
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At Ocean Matters' bio-secure facility in North Wales, the movement of water between the fish tanks and filtration systems is monitored using a portable Katronic KATflow 200 portable flow meter.
HPAB is about to change the way equine bedding is handled by implementing a state of the art bio-secure shavings recycling facility using an advanced technology process that will become an integral part of modern horse farms and County operations.
Lovelace Biomedical has launched operations as a preclinical CRO, offering toxicology, pharmacology and other services to pharma and biopharma companies, from its 300,000 sq.-ft., bio-secure lab facility.
Packages are either bio-secure small chicken houses with ready to lay pullets and poultry feed, seeds and tool kits for vegetable production and improved kitchen utensils and storage containers to improve food preservation, packaging and storage.
Also, for other species, like shrimp, a bio-secure, disease-free, genetic improvement programme is one of the keys to success.
However, 400 of the rare arachnids, reared in a special bio-secure pod at the zoo, are to be reintroduced to marshes in Suffolk.
Lead Keeper Karen Entwistle is mum to 400 baby fen raft spiders in a purposebuilt, bio-secure pod at the zoo.
Working inside a bio-secure greenhouse outfitted with motion detectors and surveillance cameras, government scientists at the Cereal Disease Laboratory in St.
In essence the new system would involve taking fallen animals and processing them in underground tanks in a bio-secure way.
The Georgian Bay Association (GBA) wants all "open cage" aquaculture eliminated and those operations moved ashore to "bio-secure systems" where sewage can be treated.
Aviagen, a poultry breeding company, is to use Matrix Microscience Patharix system for the routine Salmonella testing of visitors and staff to its Scottish, bio-secure farms.