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Animal /Plant cell hybrid..

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Was scanning through articles and came across this little story. A small mammal has apparently evolved to where it has actual Chloroplast plant cells. I didnt even know this type of thing was possible? :confused:

Green Sea Slug Is Part Animal, Part Plant | Wired Science | Wired.com

Just for the sake of discussion.. hypothetically would a human cell be able to have these chloroplasts inserted and function as they would in a plant cell?

Outside of increased free radicals what might be a consequence? If I understand correctly, this would have some effect of the carbon in the bloodstream and might (positively?) effect how much oxygen is needed?

The glucose production would mean a change in energy levels Id imagine. I wonder if there are any other animals that have this kindof adaptation?
 

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