Pathways to Green Nanomaterials: Plants as Raw Materials, Reducing Agents and Hosts

Plant Tissues as Templates for Morphology Genetic Material Synthesis

Author(s): Li Fu * .

Pp: 176-181 (6)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815136388123010010

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)


In order to ensure the needs of survival and reproduction, plants have formed various, diverse, multi-dimensional, and multi-scale fine and subtle configurations for millions of years, which provides rich inspiration for scientific research in many fields today. Research on morphology genetic material converts natural biological components into target materials by directly using biological structures as templates and selecting appropriate physicochemical methods while maintaining the fine-graded structure of the template. It can be used to prepare new functional materials with a biological finely-graded structure. This section describes methods for preparing functional materials with biological structures using morphology genetic material research ideas. In this chapter, we briefly introduce the structure of residual materials prepared by using several typical plant structures as templates, and discuss the related functional performance of materials with different structural characteristics. 

Keywords: Biological structure, Composite, Functional materials, Morphology genetic materials.

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