A Genetic Switch That Turns Plant Growth On Or Off
Farmers use chemical growth regulators to thin their fruit trees, speed up ripening, and then delay the fruits' falling. Of course, plants have their own ways of doing this--with growth hormones. If scientists could figure out how to switch Mother Nature's hormones on and off, environmentally damaging chemicals could take a backseat.
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