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Adding DNA to a plant ?

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Sound quite strange but was thinking about this a while ago to see if the plant could take in my DNA halfly make it into my own strain :) tried germenateing the seeds in sperm and saliva the seed germenated great strong seedling think it would take in the DNA modify the genetics ? be cool to have your DNA in your plant

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insert your dna is not possible, so if it is real is that the seeds may feed on proteins in saliva , I read something about that a long time ago

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Just a thought be cool if they took in your DNA a bit of the subject of growing but I still think it would be possible ccompletely your own strain just a thought

I had a while ago be cool if it did

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Gene guns (a.k.a. biolistic) "shoot" (direct high energy particles or radiations against[47]) target genes into plant cells. It is the most common method. DNA is bound to tiny particles of gold or tungsten which are subsequently shot into plant tissue or single plant cells under high pressure. The accelerated particles penetrate both the cell wall and membranes. The DNA separates from the metal and is integrated into plant DNA inside the nucleus. This method has been applied successfully for many cultivated crops, especially monocots like wheat or maize, for which transformation using Agrobacterium tumefaciens has been less successful.[48] The major disadvantage of this procedure is that serious damage can be done to the cellular tissue.

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