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Changing plant agesA plant's life cycle is the period of time between emergence from a seed and maturity. Plants tend to grow with an S-shaped curve of total size (biomass). As the plant grows, new plant biomass is distributed into the various parts of the plant -- meristems (buds), stems, leaves, inflorescences, flowers and fruits. If you are going to draw pictures of a plant, you need to think about how the plant looks at each stage of its life cycle. It is best to think of plants as consisting of an entire life cycle, not a particular age. Tasks: Changing plant ages in the main window Changing plant ages in the breeder Animating plants
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