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Old 08-13-2011, 05:28 AM
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Hey,

I was going to do this for a school experiment and its for my exam so my sources need to be checked.

Can I effectively induce etiolation in creepers ? and what will it look like? and how will the features of a Creeper be affected? will there be faster tendril or stem elongation? or what, is this worth exploring.

Please tell me If I'm right in assuming that It is worth exploring as, normal plants have firm lignified stems and grow fast in length as a result of etiolation, but due to a creepers weak stem (if I may) how will it react??

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