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Name: James B.
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Age: 20s
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Date: 1999-2001 


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How can brassica rappa grow in the dark?


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possibly helpful:

http://ccf.arc.nasa.gov/dx/basket/Astrogram/mir.html

http://ccf.arc.nasa.gov/dx/arcnews/releases/1997/97_59AR.html

http://fastplants.cals.wisc.edu/pdfs/ideas.pdf

Anthony R. Brach, Ph.D.,



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