Experiment File-8724

Growth Acceleration

Experiment File-8724 Translation

Based on the experiment Treatment of growth amplified 8723, which was based on eliminating curbitaceas limits growth. The Tech-botany department, has carefully studied the momentary acceleration of growth. Specifically in the family of climbing plants. In order to use them as stairs, walkways or temporary bridges. That can be used by the army to advance during the war.

Process of germination
The experiment is based by techno-botany, in exciting the process of germination and growth of the subject, leaving his gestation and procreation, resulting plant for now infertile and short-lived.Through direct and rapid provisioning of elements and nutrients, we can get plants to grow above its maximum size in terms of minutes, but poor durability because after a period of between 8 and 12 hours, deterioration begins subject.
Phaseolus vulgaris
Phaseolus vulgaris: because of its participatory nature, and strong climbing ability. In addition to its ability to adapt to different environments and climates. Easy transportation of seeds in its dehydrated state. Lifestyle habits: short-lived grass, tangled in a spiral on a carrier, or erect a shrub, with some hairs. Size: Up to 40 cm tall bush types and up to 3 m long vines. Leaves: At the base of the leaves on the stem has a pair of leaflets (stipules calls), fluted, the leaves are alternate, petiolate, composed with 3 leaves (called leaflets) ovate to rhombic, with acute apex, in the base of each leaflet is a tiny pair of stipules (stipels calls). Inflorescence: Few flowers arranged on peduncles shorter than the leaves, located in the axils of the leaves, the flowers accompanied by serrated bracts. Flowers: The cup is a tube towards the apex campanulado which is divided into five lobes, two of which are partially united, the corolla pink-purple to nearly white, unequal petals 5, the outermost is the widest and colorful called banner, followed by a pair of stands side petals similar, called wings and finally the two innermost also similar and are generally keel fused apex having long and spiraled immerses stamens and the ovary, stamens 10, the filaments of 9 of them are united and 1 free; ovarian narrow, with one long, thin style, with hairs towards the apex, ending in a small stigma. Fruits and seeds: Legumes linear, up to 20 cm long, sometimes covered with hairs, seeds globose, variables.
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae Division: Magnoliophyta Class: Magnoliopsida Subclass: Rosidae Order: Fabales Family: Fabaceae Subfamily: Faboideae Tribe: Phaseoleae Subtribe: Phaseolinae Genre: Phaseolus Section: P. sect. Phaseolus Species: P. vulgaris Binomial name –  Phaseolus vulgaris L
Lens culinaris
Lens culinaris: Due to the study of symbiosis with nodule bacteria and its easy adaptation to the environment. Habits and lifestyle: Grass or something frutescente herbaceous perennial with rhizome, greyish their pubscence. Size: usually 25-50 cm, but can reach 90 cm. Stem: Branched, erect or decumbent, glabrous or pubescent. Leaves: Alternate, simple, oblong to oval-lanceolate, broad, the lower petiolate, upper sessile and clasping, both with the jagged edge entire, 3-6 cm long. Inflorescence: short corymbose clusters, which are nearly flat from above. Flowers: Numerous, 2.5-5 mm in diameter, with a pleasant odor; sepals glabrous, with a white, 1-1.5 mm long, white petals, 3-4 mm long. Fruits and seeds: pods 2-lobed, cordate, glabrous, 3-4 mm long and 3-5 mm wide, often oblique and swollen; seeds 1 per half, 2-2.5 mm long, ovoid, granular , reddish, with a longitudinal depression.  Seedlings: Cotyledons incumbent (Muenscher, 1955). Root: With white horizontal rhizomes.
Nutritional value
Nutritional value per 100 g Energy 330 kcal 1390 kJ Carbohydrate 61.5 g • Dietary Fiber 4.3 g • Fat 1.8 g • Saturated 0.12 g • 0.06 g monounsaturated • polyunsaturated 0.18 g 19.2 g Protein 7.9 g Water Vitamin A 1.0 mg (0%) Thiamin (Vitamin B1) 0.62 mg (48%) Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) 0.14 mg (9%) Niacin (Vit. B3) 1.7 mg (11%) Vitamin B6 0.4 mg (31%) Folic Acid (Vitamin B9) 394 mg (99%) Calcium 228 mg (23%) Magnesium 140 mg (38%) Phosphorus 407 mg (58%) Potassium 1406 mg (30%) Sodium 24 mg (2%) Zinc 2.79 mg (28%)
Vicia faba
Vicia faba: its large seed contains lots of nutrients necessary for the development of germination, and this can easily assimilate outsiders. Habits and lifestyle: Herbaceous, erect or climbing, short-lived, sometimes with hairs. Size: From 0.3 to 1 m high. Stem: Thick, angled. Leaves: At the base of the leaves on the stem has a pair of leaflets (stipules calls) with the margin lobed and sometimes denticulate, with nectaries by way of a spot, the leaves are alternate, compound with 6-14 leaflets (calls leaflets) broadly oblong, up to 3.5 cm long, and sometimes slightly rounded apex divided, with a prolongation of the midrib, with hairs on the underside, at the tip of the blade terminates in a rachis simple or branched tendril. Inflorescence: 1 to 4 large, showy flowers on short pedicels, leaving one spot, located in the leaf axils. Flowers: Flowers of more than 2 cm long, the cup is a tube narrowly campanulate slightly asymmetrical at the base, towards the apex which is divided into five lobes as long as or shorter tube, some of them sometimes nectaries as a stain; corolla pink-purple, purple to off (sometimes the wings of a different color), 5 petals unequal, the outermost is the widest and showy, called standard, is located immediately a pair of lateral petals similar, wings and finally the two innermost also similar and are usually fused keel enveloping the stamens and the ovary, stamens 10, the filaments of 9 of them are united and 1 generally free; ovarian narrow, with one long, thin style, finished in a small stigma. Fruits and seeds: Pulses compressed, up to 3.5 cm long, dull brown and somewhat wavy surface. Seeds several, globose, blackish. Special Characteristics: 2n = (10), 12, 14.
– Vicia faba var. minor – Vicia faba var. equina – Vicia faba var. major – Vicia faba subsp. faba L. – Vicia faba subsp. paucijuga (Alef.)MuratovaCicer arietinum: Besides climbing skills and easy transportation this strain contains a high level of adaptation to sandy soils and dry. lifestyle habits: perennial climbing or scandent shrub, deciduous, with branched tendrils. Size: Up to 10 m long and 3 m climbing and bush. Stem: Stems not winged, sometimes with hairs (mainly in young stems), very flexible. Leaves: On the stem, at the point where each leaf is born, it has a pair of structures called stipules like leaves, up to 4 mm long, erect. Leaves alternate, simple, variably (of broadly ovate to ovate-elliptic to oblong), sometimes lobed or deeply items, up to 15 cm long and 12.5 cm wide, pointed, base variable (rounded, cordate, aflechada), sometimes covered with hairs, serrated margin. The petioles of up to 8.5 cm long, often shorter. The leaves with yellowish to dark olive when dry. Inflorescence: Opposite to the leaves, branched, rounded contour, up to 10 cm long, composed umbelliform top, the peduncle up to 2.5 cm, the pedicels up to 3 mm long, without hairs, with the surface covered with tiny papillae. Bracts and bracteoles deciduous. Flowers: Small, greenish-white, white, yellow or rarely red, the calyx usually small, cup-shaped, with the apex truncate or 4 lobes not obvious, without hairs, the buttons corolla up to 2.5 mm long without bristles; ovoid triangular petals, 2 mm long, deciduous or forming a separate unit which follows, disk present, tetralobado, attached to the base of the ovary, stamens opposite the petals. Fruits and seeds: Nuts obovoid to globose, fleshy, up to 1 cm long, purple to black, with a seed, sometimes two, the pedicels only slightly curved or bent. Seeds ovoid, up to 5 mm long. Root: Nodes can produce long aerial roots, also if you cut the stem. Special features: very variable species.
Once dried legumes techbotaned these should be in the germ, to be connected to some external nutritious grafted cartridges, which contain just pure elements needed by the plant to grow. To activate the cartridge you need nutritious techno-graft a lit-photon, and throw the seeds in the place you want to grow. Before activating the seeds have to be prepared the ground, putting strings or structures for which we want to climb the ground, making this structure suits our interest. If our goal is to climb a vertical wall, simply we release the seeds near the wall and they automatically will climb on this, and following a vertical growth. As if what we want is that the vines go horizontally, for example to replace bridge demolished by the enemy. First should be placed strings that will guide and then used one-photon activation lit placing across the bridge. Since plants that will light source. Both the cartridge nutritious as the light generated by the lit-photon feed the plant with all the energy both solar and nutritious you need to accelerate their growth.
Brightened photon
It is a source of alternating light and focused single use, as this flash is activated with the same intensity as a flash light, a color temperature of 28000-30000 K, which will blind everyone is encuientran in a radius of 20 meters around. As recommended glasses with dark glass filter as used by welders. It behaves like a wave in such phenomena as the refraction that occurs in a lens or destructive interference cancellation of reflected waves, however, behaves as a particle when it interacts with matter to transfer a fixed amount of energy, is given by the expression.  where “h” is Planck’s constant, c is the speed of light and is the wavelength. This differs from what happens with classical waves, they can gain or lose arbitrary amounts of energy. For visible light, the photon energy is carried by one of about 4 × 10-19 Joules, this energy is sufficient to excite a result eye and vision.
Provisioner Cartridge
This cartridge anger legume grafted directly in contact with the seed, and upon activation of the germination process due to photon flash-lit, it will begin to supply the plant with pure elements it needs for growth. Cartridge content provisioner: – 2 Parts of (A) Sulfur – 1 Part (P) Phosphorus – 2 Parts (H) hydrogen – 1Part Of (O) Oxygen – 3 Parts of Amino Acids – 1 Of (Ca) Calcium
Study resistance measured in Newton
Each plant bear the weight of 100 newtons being so required the use of 80 pulses to support the weight of a person. And 30,000 pulses to support the weight of a tank T-34. The amount of pulses can vary depending on weight following formula clamping interleaving unit, which provides stability and strength proportional.
The experiment is currently developing symbiogenesis post section of the Department of Botany Tecno. It is studying the establishment of a sense of balance in the vines so that they can stay upright without relying on a guide or mast where subject. Which studies the interaction of bacteria through stabilizing counterweight to its roots, because these species act in endosymbiosis with rhizobia that live in root nodules and played along with the plant.
Through research department Tech-Botanical, science and study of the new relations of technology and nature. The Soviet Union has at its disposal the use of walkways and staircases produced naturally and in short time to cross the border crossings that have been demolished or destroyed by the enemy. It should be noted that the use of this technology is ephemeral, so caution should be used with rapidity and, since this duration can be extended not more than 8 hours without losing its suspension properties. Keep in mind that each variety of plant is suitable for soil and specific climatic conditions, so it is recommended that each battalion in the presence of a scientist in the department of Tech-Botany to indicate and monitor that plan will have to be used at all times. To prevent any mishap that may result. The first seeds are already being used in our domains significantly helping logistics and transportation of our troops.