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The Rapid Cycling Brassica rapa or Wisconsin Fast Plant are plants genetically designed to grow at a rapid rate so students can study and observe them To plant a RCBr and effectively record the data one needs a four quad pot It starts out as a wick in each quad to soak up the water into the soil Then soil and fertilizer pellets Thirdly more soil and seeds Finally more soil and water to top it off At the start of germination the radicle will start to grow underneath the soil Then the true roots will form and the cotyledons will be visible above the soil Soon true leaves will grow and the cotyledons will fall off of the bottom of the stem After germination buds will form and flowers will form from the buds Hopefully pollination from another plant will occur Pollination has to come from another plant because the RCBr has self incompatibility Self incompatibility means that the plant knows whether the pollen it receives is from the same plant or not and if it is it will not pollinate to ensure a healthy spread and mix of genes Once pollinated the RCBr will form its fruit or long green pods with seeds inside Factors that can influence the plants growth are many living and non-living Some abiotic factors include water light fertilizer temperature air current etc All plants need water to produce its own food and in turn survive All plants also need light to produce food A plant will get natural fertilizer no matter what because all soil has nutrients in it from decomposed organisms cycles etc No doubt the plants will be healthier if it gets fertilizer pellets though Plants also have a preferation of temperature too If it is too cold or hot then the plant will die If it has not started to grow it will stay dormant until conditions are right
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