Spanish researcher boosts ethanol production capacity from GMO tobacco

October 16, 2013 |

In Spain, a researcher at the Public University of Navarra has genetically modified tobacco to produce 700% as much starch and 500% as much fermentable sugars in the leaves for use in biofuel production. The project is the first to use tobacco proteins as biological tools.

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