Biotechnology companies are using a bacterium to create a biodegradable plastic. But new genetically engineered plants may be more efficient, and can create commercially useful quantities of the plastic.
"Plants: The New Plastics Makers," Science News, Dec. 24, 1994, p. 420.
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