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Old 02-14-2009, 02:55 PM
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Lightbulb Plants can grow in the dark.

In my AP Biology class, we did a lab where we grew kidney beans in the dark and in the light and the ones in the dark actually grew more. The only thing was that they were yellow instead of green. I believe its the same as when you leave something on your lawn and the gras still grows but it turns all yellow...

I need to find out what its called so i can write my lab report...
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