Bacteria ‘to make wood products’

Scientists have confirmed that cyanobacteria, one of the most ancient forms of life still living on Earth, have the genetic capability to synthesise cellulose, the polymer that gives plants their stiffness. The information could eventually lead to genetically modified bacteria being employed to make paper and other wood-derived products, reducing the need to cut down forests

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