Hawaiian ‘akoko trees turn sunlight into sugar
U.S. Army Garrison Pohakuloa Training Area is home to many amazing flora and fauna. But one stands out as the only known tree species that use a specialized type of photosynthesis to make sugar known as C4 photosynthesis – the Hawaiian ‘akoko (Euphorbia olowaluana).
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