Semillas de Fresa Azul "African Blue"

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Semillas de Fresa Azul "African Blue"

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Scientists are genetically modifying strawberries in order to allow them to resist freezing temperatures better. They're doing it by artificial transfer of genes from a species of fish called the Arctic Flounder Fish. The Arctic Flounder Fish produces an anti-freeze that allows it to protect himself in freezing waters.

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SEMILLAS DE FRESA AZUL "AFRICAN BLUE"

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Scientists are genetically modifying strawberries in order to allow them to resist freezing temperatures better. They're doing it by artificial transfer of genes from a species of fish called the Arctic Flounder Fish. The Arctic Flounder Fish produces an anti-freeze that allows it to protect himself in freezing waters.
They isolated the gene that produces this anti-freeze and introduced it to the strawberry. The result is a strawberry that looks blue and doesn't turn to
mush or degrade after being placed in the freezer. Research is ongoing.

http://buzz.naturalnews.com/000061-food-science-GMO.html

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Semillas de Fresa Azul "African Blue"

Semillas de Fresa Azul "African Blue"

Semillas de Fresa Azul "African Blue"

Precio por paquete de 5 semillas.

Scientists are genetically modifying strawberries in order to allow them to resist freezing temperatures better. They're doing it by artificial transfer of genes from a species of fish called the Arctic Flounder Fish. The Arctic Flounder Fish produces an anti-freeze that allows it to protect himself in freezing waters.

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