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The fat fists of silvery lilac buds on Daphne bholua 'Jacqueline Postill' have opened up to release an intense, sugary scent at the mouth of the Winter Garden.
The fat fists of silvery lilac buds on Daphne bholua 'Jacqueline Postill' have opened up to release an intense, sugary scent at the mouth of the Winter Garden.
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Gossypium (Cotton)

Gossypol
Gossypol is a yellow pigment which has anti-malarial properties. It was considered for use as a male contraceptive, but although effective, this was eventually abandoned due to serious side-effects, including permanent infertility.

Gossypol is toxic to animals and must be removed from cotton-seed oil before it can be used by the food or agricultural industries. Genetically engineered cotton plants have been bred to contain only a small amount of gossypol in the seeds, making them a potential high-quality protein source for animals and humans.

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