Saturday, 3 April 2021

Can Scientists Create Glowing Plants? - Science 4

Succulent plants, just for illustration.

Before I answer the question: Can Scientists Create Glowing Plants? Let’s see the facts.

There are plenty of luminescence fungi In the forest across America and Asia. It is estimated at least 70 species of this kind of fungi.

Some mushroom that are glowing at night (Anna Noris, 2020):

- Panellus stipticus

- Panellus pusillus

- Armillaria mellea

- Armillaria gallica

- Mycena chlorophos

- Mycena luxaeterna

- Mycena haematopus

- Omphalotus illudens

- Omphalotus olearius


Some mushrooms that glowing in the dark 
(credit to Treehugger / Julie Bang)

Now, scientists have an idea to create glowing plants as well. The scientists come from these 3 following countries:

- United Kingdom

- Russia

- Austria.


DNA from mushroom then inserted into plants. Plants produce bioluminescence due to “a billion photons” per 60 seconds.

So, yes, Scientists can create glowing Plants. Then, what is purpose to create glowing plants?

The answer is that to produce the ornament plants, include glowing flowers for commercial, sold in the markets.

We may have these kind of plants and flowers in our houses in the near coming future.

6 comments:

  1. Hello, Rainbow Evening!

    Thanks for your visit and commentary.

    My post is about poets and their lifes and not madness, as you write. My blog has Google translator.

    Your post is very interesting: brilliant, bright plants in the future. We wait.

    I don't Know if you are a man or a woman, but by the themes, I think you are a man.

    Good Easter and happy days.

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    1. Happy day to you as well...


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      Can Scientists Create Glowing Plants? - Science 4
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      Succulent plants, just for illustration.

      Before I answer the question: Can Scientists Create Glowing Plants? Let’s see the facts.

      There are plenty of luminescence fungi In the forest across America and Asia. It is estimated at least 70 species of this kind of fungi.

      Some mushroom that are glowing at night (Anna Noris, 2020):
      - Panellus stipticus
      - Panellus pusillus
      - Armillaria mellea
      - Armillaria gallica
      - Mycena chlorophos
      - Mycena luxaeterna
      - Mycena haematopus
      - Omphalotus illudens
      - Omphalotus olearius

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  2. La ciencia avanza a pasos agigantados, no dudo que pronto tengamos plantas y flores brillantes y mucho mas. Saludos.

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    1. Thanks-
      Can Scientists Create Glowing Plants? - Science 4
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      Some mushrooms that glowing in the dark
      (credit to Treehugger / Julie Bang)

      Now, scientists have an idea to create glowing plants as well. The scientists come from these 3 following countries:
      - United Kingdom
      - Russia
      - Austria.

      DNA from mushroom then inserted into plants. Plants produce bioluminescence due to “a billion photons” per 60 seconds.

      So, yes, Scientists can create glowing Plants. Then, what is purpose to create glowing plants?

      The answer is that to produce the ornament plants, include glowing flowers for commercial, sold in the markets.

      We may have these kind of plants and flowers in our houses in the near coming future.

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  3. Uma partilha muito interessante.
    Não sabia que havia plantas brilhantes e que os cientistas estavam a trabalhar pra criar novas plantas com essas caraterísticas.
    Fico à espera de vir a conhecer as novidades.
    Abraço amigo.
    Juvenal Nunes

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    1. Thanks-
      Can Scientists Create Glowing Plants? - Science 4
      -
      Succulent plants, just for illustration.

      Before I answer the question: Can Scientists Create Glowing Plants? Let’s see the facts.

      There are plenty of luminescence fungi In the forest across America and Asia. It is estimated at least 70 species of this kind of fungi.

      Some mushroom that are glowing at night (Anna Noris, 2020):
      - Panellus stipticus
      - Panellus pusillus
      - Armillaria mellea
      - Armillaria gallica
      - Mycena chlorophos
      - Mycena luxaeterna
      - Mycena haematopus
      - Omphalotus illudens
      - Omphalotus olearius

      Delete

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