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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 ...

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Plants grow better in the dark? Aim: To test whether a bean will grow better in the dark rather than in the ... should grow better in the sunlight than darkness because the plant ... My experiment was does plants grow better in the dark rather than ...

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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 ...

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In a strict sense, plants do not grow faster in the dark; they grow slower. However, plants seem to grow faster in insufficient light due to rapid cell elongation. In other words, they don't ... Disappearing sunlight in Phoenix, AZ September 29, 2009 ...

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Apr 24, 2017 ... Photosynthesis is the process by which plants turn sunlight into food. Food that is created ... How do plants get the materials they need to grow?

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Do you think plants will grow faster in natural light or artificial light or a ... Photosynthesis is how plants convert the energy of the sun into food for growth. See the ...

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So why do some students discover (to their surprise) that plants can actually grow taller in a ... Like the plants in the closet, the stems cells grow quickly in the dark ... Will different types of light (e.g., fluorescents, sunlight) promote the same types .... in Vernon, NJ, wondered, If some light is good, would full-time light be better?

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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

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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 ...