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New research detected theft of genes by parasite plants

  • Parasitic plants also steal genes

  • New order of evolution is revealed now

  • This method is common in living animals

  • 108 genes listed so far as they have been stolen


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New Delhi: New research in botany is showing that there is theft in trees and plants. They commit such theft just to make themselves better.

There were already signs of this theft in the course of research.

Earlier, theft of this variety was detected only in grape trees. Parasites and insects used to steal nutrition form grape plants.


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Now new research shows that many parasitic plants steal this variety.

Earlier this kind of theft was not noticed by the scientists.

It is now learned that they are actually upgrading their own genes by stealing genes from their original tree.

That is, the work of a gradual development of genes is also going on continuously in parasitic plants.

Theft of this variety of genes further helps them to gain better nutrition from their base tree.


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Many times it has been observed that due to the theft of this variety, the original tree itself

starts getting sick, while the parasitic plants that are completely dependent on it are found to thrive.

After studying this situation, scientists have come to the conclusion that the tree is not able

to save anything for itself due to the whole nutritional absorption by the parasite.

Because of this, it gradually begins to weaken.

In the absence of timely improvement, first the tree and later the dependent parasitic plant die.

New research was confirmed for the first time

After discovering the theft of genes in research, scientists have also started the task of

making a list of those genes which are often stolen.

So far, about one hundred such genes have been detected in this episode,

which have been stolen by parasitic plants from their base tree.

Because of this theft, they have become more advanced. During the research,

it has also been found that they do regular checks to find adequate nutrition from the original tree.

If for some reason the tree has prevented nutritional theft due to the structure inside it,

they also attack so that they get regular feed from the tree.

This is common in all moving animals

Such transfer of genes is common among humans and other beings.

This occurs frequently during evolution and is a scientifically proven fact.

New botanical research concludes that this sequence of gradual growth in tree plants can also be seen especially on parasitic plants.


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It has also been proved that it is also a compulsion for some special species of

parasitic plants to do so because they cannot survive themselves with their

photo synthesis method. They need to get nutrition from others.




Scientists discover 108 genes that have been stolen

Scientists have detected 108 such genes of this category that have been added to the original parasitic plants in this sequence of evolution.

Researchers studying this entire process have found that this gene transfer produces amino acids in a variety of new processes in parasitic plants.

Also they are preparing a special method familiar with the name RNA.

This method is used on the original tree when it stops giving nutritional value to this parasite.

This RNA attack creates a new way to gain confirmation for itself by penetrating the security system of the original tree.

In this process all the methods are prepared which are necessary for the advancement of common life.

Scientists have tested different parasites of the same species to prove the fact of research.

It has been found that the parasitic plants of the species developed from the parasites of the original species have developed many genetic properties, while their original genes are still intact.

This test has been done on more than four thousand species of parasitic plants.


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