New research shows that plants can grow as big as human beings in a single room

In the 1980s, Japanese researchers discovered that certain plant species grew in the dark.

It was only in 2000, however, that scientists realized that the same plant species could grow in sunlight.

They discovered that plants are able to absorb water from the air and store it in their leaves.

This stored water is what causes plants to grow so big.

They also discovered that the amount of water available to plants is proportional to the temperature they are in.

It is this temperature-dependent growth factor that plants need to survive in their light-sensitive environment.

They found that when the plants’ temperature is below 30 degrees Celsius, they grow much bigger than when the temperature rises above that temperature.

The new research, which has been published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, suggests that plants grow at the same rate as humans in their environments.

The study suggests that it may be possible to grow plants to a size that is just 1 percent of the size of a human.

They say this is because the plant’s water-absorbing capacity is proportional inversely to the height of the plants.

This means that a plant can grow to the size a human being if it has the right temperature.

So, what does this mean for people who want to grow large plants in their homes?

The researchers say that it could be a boon for people with very small houses, as they would not have to worry about losing water to evaporation during a rainy season or to windstorms.

They hope this research will lead to a broader understanding of the biology of plants, which could lead to improved plants-based products that could be used in the future.

The research was supported by the National Science Foundation.