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www.hunker.com/12380615/do-plants-grow-faster-in-light-or-dark

Sep 18, 2010 ... Plants grow fast in the dark, and do so because they operate on ... auxin, allowing the plant to grow and stretch more rapidly toward sunlight to ...

arc.nesa.nsw.edu.au/files/science-act6-ws4.pdf

Hypothesis: The plant should grow better in the sunlight than darkness because the plant needs the sunlight to grow. ... Why do plants grow faster in the dark? -.

www.education.com/science-fair/article/plants-and-light

While a lot of plants grow happily underneath warm, sunny skies, the light of the sun might not be necessary for growth and health. Do you think you could grow ...

www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/05/120516093154.htm

May 16, 2012 ... Sunlight does not only supply them with energy, but also controls their ... In spite of the darkness, model plants germinate and grow similar to a ...

www.reference.com/science/plants-grow-faster-dark-a5cef99cfd57883e

Plants do not actually grow faster in the dark; they only appear to grow faster because of rapid cell elongation. Rapid cell elongation is an emergency response ...

cressinfo.com/dark-vs-light

The cress seeds begin to grow significantly after a day or two and end up being more than 3 times as high. In the dark, the plants have no light to use in ...

btwstonesandstars.wordpress.com/2014/04/14/plants-grow-faster-at-night

Apr 14, 2014 ... Plants have a mission: Catch the sunlight, convert and store the energy when you can. ... The camera does not take pictures in the dark, so it skips the night ... grows SLOWER while the dark side of the plant grows FASTER…

www.rdmag.com/news/2012/05/plants-grow-without-light

May 17, 2012 ... Sunlight does not only supply them with energy, but also controls their ... In spite of the darkness, model plants germinate and grow similar to a ...

scienceline.ucsb.edu/getkey.php?key=297

So how do plants get the energy they need for growth? They harness it from sunlight in a process known as photosynthesis. ... So the plant might grow a bit in the dark, without photosynthesis, from stored reserves, and might continue to survive ...