What is the name of the centuries-old frozen plants that were revived by the researchers from Teardrop Glacier.?
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- Hari PrakashJun 17, 2013
Samples of 400-year-old plants known as" bryophytes "found in the Teardrop Glacier which is situated in the Canadian Arctic. have flourished under laboratory conditions. Researchers at the University of Alberta announced that the plants which were frozen centuries ago were sprouting with new growth. The researchers observed new growth of the green lateral branches on the stems of the plant. A lot of other species were observed in the Teardrop Glacier and almost all these are completely unknown to science.
- eAnswers...Jun 17, 2013
"Bryophytes" is the name of the centuries old frozen plants that were found to be sprouting new growth. These are samples of 400-year-old plants and are revived by the researchers from Teardrop Glacier.
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