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A team of molecular immunology researchers has genetically modified tobacco plants to produce highly effective rabies antibodies.
DNA may be the world’s most powerful computer chip, says Dr. Martin Hilbert of the University of Southern California. This rockin’ DNA animation would appear to support his claim.
by Grazyna Fosar and Franz Bludorf
By Grazyna Fosar and Franz Bludorf
Popp chose to work specifically with UV light because of the experiments of a Russian biologist named Alexander Gurwitsch who, while working with onions in 1923, discovered that roots could stimulate a neighboring plant's roots if the two adjacent plants were in quartz glass pots but not if they were in silicon glass pots. The only difference being that the silicon filtered UV wavelengths of light while the quartz did not. Gurwitsch theorized that onion roots could communicate with each other by ultraviolet light.