Peyton Manning may be the greatest quarterback to ever play the game, but that doesn’t mean he’s not known for celebrating with a plant cell model.

He did it at halftime of Super Bowl XLVIII, and it was one of his most iconic moments.

The play featured Manning throwing a touchdown pass to the running back who was running a plant model.

The player that caught it was Transthemia sp., who is a member of the Plant Cell Model Foundation, and she has donated her own plant cell to the Manning Foundation.

The plant cell is a stem-like cell that is made of a special blend of sugars.

It has a membrane that can absorb and store nutrients and is surrounded by a protective cover.

The model, which has been used in research for years, can grow in the lab and then be placed in a petri dish to mimic the conditions in a living cell.

In the plant cell, the plant cells grow together and form an ideal structure for the plant.

The Plant Cell Foundation has donated its own plant cells to the Peyton Manning Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides research and education for plant cell research.

Plant cells are not only used to grow plants, but they can also be used in medical research.

The researchers then turn the cells into stem cells, which can be used to develop new drugs.