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JJ& GOOGAL HOLDINGS is the first non-governmental enterprise which holds and industrializes production technologies of
juvenile fresh-water eel and grass eel fish of maritime bio-fields.
Research Technologies and Performances of JJ& GOOGOL HOLDINGS
● Holding Patent Technologies of the Mass Production of Artificial Seeds of Fresh-Water Eels
-Obtaining and holding a total of 20 patents of original technologies in the nation and a total of 22 countries including Japan, China, the US, Hong Kong, Taiwan,
Canada, Australia and 15 European regions
● JJ& GOOGOL HOLDINGS holds comprehensive technologies and the first mass production technologies across the whole process of artificial seeds of fresh-water
eels ranging from seed technologies of sexual maturity, ovulation and spawning to feed and related aquaculture instrument technologies for growth and development
of incubated larynx and juvenile fish.
● While the survival rates of world-class aquaculture advanced countries including Japan remain 0.03~ 0.05%, JJ& GOOGOL HOLDINGS holds technologies to secure
and heighten the survival and growth rates of juvenile fresh-water eel and grass eel fish by applying ICT and NT into BT of artificial seeds.
Technology Patent of Brood Storks and Seeds
Holding the Technology Patent of Feminization, Artificial Ovulation, Spawning and Artificial Insemination
Feed Important for Growth and Development of Fresh-Water Eels, especially, juvenile eels, and appropriate for
Patents of Aquaculture Water Tank and Instrument Technologies
Water Tank Instrument Technology for Fresh-Water Eel Farming
(Building Aquaculture Technologies)
- The Most Key Technology Group
- Technologies corresponding to Original Patent Category Successful only in Korea across the world, now
Methods for Inducing Sexual Maturity of Adult Fresh-Water Eel Fish (National Patent No. 10-1609906)
Methods for Inducing Artificial Ovulation and Spawning of Fresh-Water Eels (National Patent 10-1575903)
Aquaculture Systems to Augment the Growth and Survival Rates of Fresh-Water Eels Using ICT (National Patent No. 10-2016-0151901)
Feed appropriate for Fresh-Water Eels during their transformation period and Methods for Inducing Feminization through Light Exposure (National Patent No. 10-1568464)
- Associated with Seed Technologies
- In the case of Aquaculture Feed of Juvenile Fish, Technologies that can be applied into other types of Carnivorous Fish
Liquefied Feed of Larva and its Manufacturing Methods (National Patent No. 10-1568463)
Formula Feed of Larva and Aquaculture Methods Applying Feed (National Patent No. 10-1568465)
Feed for Larva Farming (National Patent No. 10-1568466)
Feed for Juvenile Fish Farming (National Patent No. 10-1568467)
Dietary Compositions Appropriate for Larva Farming (National Patent No. 10-1568417)
- Combining Scientific Aquaculture Technologies (Smart Factory) that Involves the Convergence/Integration of ICT
- Technologies that can be applied to heighten the Growth and Survival Rates of General Aquaculture (farming)
How to Purify Aquaculture Waste Water (National Patent No. 10-1609905)
Water Tank Instrumentation for Brood Stork Breeding (National Patent No. 10-1587850)
Aquaculture Water Tank Instrumentation equipped with Multi-Functional Artificial Fish Reefs (National Patent No. 10-587856)
Supply System of Aquaculture Water (National Patent No. 10-1587855)
Aquaculture Water Tank Instrumentation for Larva (National Patent 10-1587853)
Aquaculture Water Tank Instrumentation for Fresh-Water Eels (National Patent 10-1587860)
Aquaculture Instrument to Augment the Growth and Survival Rates Using Feminization (National Patent No. 10-1704970)
Japanese Patent (Patent Number: No. 6046314) “Act of Artificial Ovulation of Fresh-Water Eels”
Chinese Patent (Patent Number: No. ZL201480034172.9) “Act of Artificial Ovulation of Fresh-Water Eels”
U.S Patent (PO15-062GL-US) METHOD FOR INDUCING ARTIFICIAL OVULATION AND SPAWNING OF FRESH-WATER EELS
Hong Kong Patent (PA159675WNP-HK) “Act of Artificial Ovulation of Fresh-Water Eels” "(NO: HK1221867)
Aquaculture System to Augment the Growth and Survival Rates of Fresh-Water Eels Using ICT Patent that Taiwan has acquired (No. 106106062)
European Patent (All the EU Countries (No. .3008993) ) METHOD FOR INDUCING ARTIFICIAL OVULATION AND SPAWNING OF FRESHWATER EELS
Differentiations of Technologies between JJ& GOOGOL HOLDINGS & Competitors (Counterparts)
The Survival and Growth Rates after Super Incubation of Juvenile Fresh-Water Eel Fish
The survival rates of fresh-water eels around the whole world including Japan account for 0.03~0.05%, which puts the brake on industrialization.
Fresh-water eels have secured good-quality yolks
The existing competitors have difficulties in securing good-quality yolks during the process of artificial ovulation because of several hormone injections given
to the corresponding fish and stress it suffers.
Meanwhile, this company has a less great difficulty in securing yolks because it injects hormone in the corresponding fish once or twice.
Securing Artificial Ovulation Accelerated Substance Technologies
Securing Technological Supremacy of Artificial Ovulation Extracts Representing Ecological Features Similar with Fresh-Water Eels
Developing Environmental Eco- Regulator Systems Similar with Natural Inhabitation Environments
Inducing Ovulation of Nature Absorbing Method and Spawning through high-end Fish Collection Systems Similar with Specifically Developed Natural Habitat.
Developing Feed Technologies at Each Growth Stage
Developing Special Feed at each Step through the process of growth into Prireptol Cephalus, reptal Cephalus and Juvenile Grass Eeel Fish after spawning
Developing Feed Technologies at Each Growth Stage
This company involves the convergence/ integration of ICT and IOT technologies with artificial seed technologies, which is contrast to each country solely focusing on biological approach
Automated Control System of Sludge Removal
Water tank instrumentations and their water quality environments are important factors to heighten the mass production and survival rates of artificial seeds of fresh-water eels.
In order to address such a problem, this company developed its specific Automated Control System of the Sludge Removal