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Time Lapse of Growing Maize Plants

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A video of maize (corn) plants growing at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in summer 2011: 105 days condensed to 2 min. 48 sec.
Keywords:
"Time Lapse" Maize corn germination meristem pollination "Time-lapse Photography" "Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory" "DNA Learning Center" DNALC B73 "Weed to Wonder" timelapse
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