Plants are Now Track the Terrorism in the Coming Future:

Plants are such a creation of Allah Almighty. Which their benefits are countless. Human being is make changes in genetic terms. Anti-terror war is a big problem for United. States. Where bombs or explosives has been placed, to trace the explosive devices caught on time it is very significant. Such plants are now prepared, which will be used for bomb detection. U.S. scientists modified plants in such a way, if some certain chemicals have placed around with them, it will change its color. Professor John Medford has done with his team a successful research for the U.S. Department of Defense.

Detecting Plants Help in Terrorism 

Immunity System of Plants:

All plants have their own natural immune system. Which has improved? Plants have been taught that some chemicals and explosives that they not only trace but detect also pollution in water and air and make your color change. The entire process was completed with the help of modern technology and designed a new computer. Professor says that detective plant concept has been directly taken from nature. Ability in such plants received it is more than a dog detective. This kind ability can be admitted to any plant. The U.S. Defense Department has provided them a fund about $ 7-9 million. So that it may quickly start practical use of this discovery.

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