Paper 6: Chimera
In the principle of independent components, we observed that the components, standing in a group do not change their nature. We can obtain its structural components by analyzing it and use them in other groups. For example, when two atoms of hydrogen and one atom of oxygen stay in a group, they form one molecule of water. These atoms within the molecule maintain their nature, and if we analyze the molecule of water, we can obtain atoms of Hydrogen and Oxygen again and use them in constructing other molecules. If the group of excellent plants becomes one group in the world, this should be the case with them too. If we accept that the excellent plants are the result of standing parasite fungi and moss (Bryophyte) in a group, then we should able to split them in an appropriate condition and use them in constructing other groups, i.e. we can split the parasite fungus from a plant and transfer it to another plant. Or we can exchange fungus within a plant. It this possible?
Chimera: Standing two herbaceous tissues together with different genotype and causing a symbiosis life is called chimera. If the branch of scion breaks, of this area a bud appears, in which half of its cells are stock and other are cell of scion, so that the scion cell cover stock cell. We observe this case in citrus more. Grafting lemon on orange produces a plant whose fruits are similar to lemon superficially and its inside is similar to orange, and or vice versa. Here we divided lemon and orange into two parts: inside and outside. We then exchange these components so that outer part of orange compounds which inner part of lemon. Therefore, we produce one new plants. The nature itself uses this method for producing new plant species, The flowers of alfalfa are similar to ones of Locust tree because the component forming flower in both of them is similar, and nature uses a similar component in both of them. Whereas other components of them are different, so we observe that alfalfa has no similarity with locust tree. For producing a new plant species, we don't need a million years evolution, and it is enough to produce a new compound from simple ingredients . Nature have produced so many different species very easy and it has not been so difficult. It is sufficient the environmental conditions change a little until the components have to select a new partner for them, so a new plant with more structural intricacies is produced. If the conditions change, so that partner is not necessary, the partner is removed from the group and the intricacy of the group is diminished. The retrogressive evolution is not occurred here and there is no evolutionary retrograding. Only the need for that single creature is abolished and they removed it.
Therefore we observed that lemon and orange plants are constructed with apart components, so that we can separate them. These lemon components can grow independently.
  We cut a black cherry and graft a cherry but to it. The produced plant is one whose root belongs to the black cherry and its branches and leafs to cherry. That is, we have changed the root. Similar, the molecule of "HCl" is splited and the atom of "H" is removed from it and instead the atom of "Na" is added to it which becomes "NaCl". So, we can produce new plants by exchanging components.
  Chimera is observed in any other plants. Most of piebald plants are produced through this way, such as Sansaveria, Piebald box tree, Striped and so on. Therefore we see that we can divided the plants into their components formed them and use them at building new groups. So independent principle is the case with the group of excellent plants.

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Name: Ramin Amirmardfar
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