plants that can grow in the dark?

William E. Williams WEWilliams at osprey.smcm.edu
Mon Feb 24 10:47:09 EST 1997


In article <Pine.OSF.3.95q.970224094018.29587B-100000 at tracy.umd.edu>,
wjmarose at UMD5.UMD.EDU ("Marose - William J.") wrote:

> ...How about some of the parasitic plants like 'dodder' that do
> not have chlorophyl.  They theoretically can grow in the dark as long as a
> suitable hose is present.
> 
> Bill Marose
> Archbishop Spalding High School
> Severn, Md
> 
> 
...or some of the saprophagous ones like Monotropa (Indian Pipes)?

-- 
Bill Williams, St. Mary's College of Maryland
WEWilliams at osprey.smcm.edu



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