Wisconsin Fast Plant Life Cycle

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Stage six happens on days nine through thirteen. This is the stage when Fast Plants will begin to develop the buds for flowers on its tip, or shoot meristem. Stage seven is on days fourteen through seventeen, and in this time the Wisconsin Fast Plants’ flowers will bloom, and pollination may occur.
Stage eight occurs on days eighteen through twenty. During this time, seed pods will develop. The final stage is stage nine, which occurs on days twenty-one to forty. This will be when the Fast Plant begins to wilt and die, and its seed pods will begin to become dry and eventually and await planting. Then the entire life cycle will begin all over again.
As you have been well informed of the life cycles of both stars and Wisconsin Fast Plants, they
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If a Wisconsin Fast Plant has sunlight, water, but not fertile soil, it’s helpless. If a star has helium but not hydrogen, it’s dead. In which a similar similarity is that both do not ask for much to live: stars would like space to breathe and grow, hydrogen, and helium. Wisconsin Fast Plants would like water, sunlight, fertile soil, and room. That too brings up another similarity topic: death rate. With both stars and Wisconsin Fast Plants, the bigger they are the sooner they die. With stars, the bigger they are born, the sooner they die, because bigger stars burn through their fuel sooner, and once they’re out of fuel, they’re out of life. Just to prove this fact, big stars can live for billions of years, but small stars can live for trillions of years. With Fast Plants, it isn’t outright obvious that the bigger they are the sooner they die, but if one gives it some thought they would see that it’s quite…show more content…
By this I mean that both stars and Wisconsin Fast Plants take an element that is not solid or liquid and turn it into something else. Wisconsin Fast Plants breathe in nitrogen and turn it into oxygen, and stars take hydrogen and turn it into helium. Likewise is another similarity, although this one counts only for Fast Plants and average-sized stars: both will die if they run out of that element they convert, by which I mean that if Wisconsin Fast Plants run out of nitrogen, they will die, as not having any nitrogen is like not having any oxygen for us; they wouldn’t be able to breathe and would die due to lack of nitrogen. The same goes for average stars: if they didn’t have any hydrogen, they’d die, and they convert
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