Zinc sensor genes in plants could tackle global malnutrition
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Zinc sensor genes in plants could tackle global malnutrition

Dr ASM Mainul Hasan
Dr ASM Mainul Hasan

In 10 seconds? Researchers have found two ‘genetic switches’ that can trick plants to ingest more zinc. The discovery could lead to the creation of plants that can reduce zinc deficiency in people, strengthening our resilience against illnesses.

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