Use of inhibitors in elucidating the mechanism of an enzyme Liveaerotic cam
Our research focused on 5.0, 2.5, and 0.9 GHz ISM bands.
The ability of the transformed plants to absorb pollutants will be evaluated by performing gas chromatography mass spectrometry analyses to measure pollutants in the inlet and outlet airflow in order to quantify the pollutant deposition rate.
Our use of a model plant Arabidopsis is ‘proof of concept’.
Our future goal will be to transform tree species and evaluate their potentials to remove pollutants.
On the other hand, the path loss in sand is about 0.9-1.2 d B more than air.
It is therefore, preferred to use lower band frequencies for underground biosensors.
To achieve this goal we genetically transformed Arabidopsis thaliana with an ACS (Aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid synthase) gene.