Researchers develop 2-phenylethanol-producing poplar trees

04/1/2014 | Albuquerque Journal (N.M.) (free content)

Washington State University scientists Keith Jones and Norman Lewis have developed biotech poplar trees that can produce 2-phenylethanol, a major component of rose oil that is used in many products including food, soaps and lotions. Lewis and Jones' firm Ealasid hopes to plant the trees in the 93-acre Prince/Carter Ranch in Espanola, N.M., but some farmers and other local residents are opposing the project.

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