alexa Nanotubes in chloroplasts created super plants

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Nanotubes in chloroplasts created super plants

Nanotubes are large carbon molecules that form tubes with unusual thermal and electrical properties. The novel combination boosted photosynthesis and plant growth by several hundred percent. But besides increasing plant growth and production, there are extraordinary possibilities: tapping plants for electrical power, building self-repairing materials and erecting buildings from materials that generate their own power.

Nanotubes in chloroplasts created super plants

 
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