A Devil's Ivy plant. Scientists say their study showed that a houseplant could reduce toxins in domestic air. Photo: Shutterstock

Houseplant with added rabbit DNA could reduce air pollution, study suggests

  • Devil’s ivy with synthetic animal gene inserted helped reduce benzene and chloroform levels
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A Devil's Ivy plant. Scientists say their study showed that a houseplant could reduce toxins in domestic air. Photo: Shutterstock
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