Genetically altered tobacco seen as possible biofuel

11/5/2013 | GreenerIdeal.com (Canada)

A genetically modified version of tobacco can yield 700% more starch and 500% more sugar than the standard plant, making it a promising source of biofuel, as indicated by research carried out in Spain. The high output may make the modified plant a promising alternative to corn-based biofuel.

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