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A STUDY OF HARAKIAN REPRODUCTION USING THE HYPOTHETICAL PRESUPPOSITIONS AND CONJECTURES OF EARTH BASED CELLULAR PHAGOCYTOSIS & CYTOKINESIS
Dr. Calleb Mallot
Dr. Yuri Kottevic
Department of Harakian Studies
Seltzar Institute of Extraterrestrial Life
Durban, South Africa
To determine and compare the nature of, and processes involved in, Harakian reproduction with known reproductive methods commonly utilised by Terrestrial lifeforms, especifically processes occurring on a microcellular level.
The purpose of this study is to try and determine the exact processes taking place in order for Harakian lifeforms to absorb organic material and use this material to divide into two 'copies' of the original being.
Secondary to this we aim to discover what quantity and composition of organic material must be absorbed in order for the reproductive process to take place. We will aim to test how quickly the process can occur for both the initial reproduction and then for any additional reproductions made by the resulting lifeforms.
This study is being carried out to provide as much data on Harakian reproduction as possible in order to determine and help develop a method of reduction and/or prevention of said reproduction.