After extensive research, the ideal plant to use as the basis of instantaneous plant growth, the fastest growing breed of bamboo was chosen. The key nutrients in making plants grow faster are nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium as well as the enzymes that serve as a catalyst that speeds up the chain reaction of the growth process. The fast growth in bamboo maybe because of the advanced coordination between cell division, cell growth, and cell wall biosynthesis which can be optimized for rapid growth. Utilizing our techniques in genetic engineering, the idea is to create a hybrid that is capable of growing instantly. After multi-generational cross-breedings with plants that have exceptionally high growth rates such as bamboo, the final outcome results in a new plant species that can grow instantaneously with the proper amount of sunlight, water, and nutrients. Having created the new hybrid species, an extract of its DNA is created enabling the subject to inject himself with the extract. The injection causes a fusion between the human cells and the plant cells. These enhanced animal/plant cells induce genetic changes in his skin that causes it to produce and disperse enriched, hybrid pollen containing the subject’s DNA. In conjunction, further hybrid breedings were done bunchberry dogwood, the fastest moving plant in the world. By cross-breeding the new hybrid bamboo species with the bunchberry dogwood hybrids, an ultimate species is created which is the be named the bam-dogwood. This genetically engineered species is the focal point of the subject’s powers to cause other plants to grow and move instantaneously upon command. The pollen’s properties have the unique attribute of causing other plants to mimic the subject’s ability to grow and move instantaneously as well as enabling the subject to mentally control them. Once the pollen permeates to the outer layer of the skin, it dries up creating an infinitesimal amount of skin flakes. The subject is then able to disperse the flakes into the air at will. Once the pollen is absorbed by its target, the DNA within the pollen remains dormant until the subject sends a signal from his brain to the plant in order to activate it.
The subjects enhanced neurotransmitters within his prefrontal cortex allow him to send signals to his target on command. The electrical signals that come from the subject’s mind activate an enzyme in the dormant pollen which in turn causes the DNA in the pollen the be released. Once released, the DNA will saturate itself within the target’s tissue which enables the subject to sync his abilities with the targets. This direct line of communication gives the subject direct access to the target’s movements and growth abilities. As the target is stimulated by the electric signal sent from the subject’s brain, he effectively can control and manipulate the plant to move in any way he wants. The pollen acts similar to that of a plant drug and only effects the target on a temporary basis. The amount of pollen absorbed by the target determines how long the effects can last. Typically, the effects can last anywhere in between 30 seconds to half an hour depending on the amount of pollen absorbed. Under normal conditions, the subject is able to spread his skin pollen within a 6 to 8 yard radius. However, factors such as wind and the variance of its velocity or rain can have a drastic effect on the range of dispersement. For example, a 15 mile an hour wind could easily carry the subject’s skin pollen up to 100 yards. On the other hand, heavy rain could reduce the dispersement to only a couple of feet. Even in extreme environments such as plants on the seafloor or in the arid desert, the subject is still able to take control of its target plants. Underwater, the subject relies on the current to spread his skin pollen. In the desert, the subject is able to disperse his skin pollen in the same way as any other conditions on land.