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Monstera deliciosa seems to fit the bill. From Wikipedia: This member of the arum family Araceae is an epiphyte with aerial roots... Wild seedlings grow towards the darkest area they can find until they find a tree trunk, then start to grow up towards the light, creeping up the tree.[6][dead reference link] Fruit The fruit of ...


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Well, that depends on your home. ;) I think it is not an easy process. There are two main methods that are used to genetically modify plants: Using the bacterium, Agrobacterium tumifaciens, as a vector for the DNA. Agrobacterium has the ability to infect plants and insert DNA into a plant's genome. It causes crown gall tumours in natural infections. This ...


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Yes, It is. I found this Awesome video on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MiZ35pkxG-k How to do: Materials: Planter Soil Table Salt Seeds(fern) Petri Dish Vinegar Water 1.5V Battery Wire Human hair with follicles Procedure: In a pertri plate add 10mL of Vinegar with 0.1g Salt. Mix the seeds to the solution Put the human hair ...


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Some Differences are listed here Please consider reading these articles (article 1, article 2)


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I suspect the answer to this, is that in looking at agricultural fruits you are looking at plants that have been the subject of artificial selection, and the tree vs vine thing is a practical limit, but not the driving factor... for instance a jack fruit grows on tree and is watermelon sized... I think if you look at something like a pumpkin, you will ...



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