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    Colin
    Student

    West Elementary
    East Rochester, Ohio
    11/17/2003 2:00:37 PM
    soybean plant
    Our first trifoliolate leaf has 4 leaves. Is this normal?
    Melissa
    Student

    Grissom Elementary School
    Old Bridge, New Jersey
    11/18/2003 8:32:24 AM
    Re: soybean plant
    I don't know if it is normal. What kind of soil is it planted in? We just recently started our project and I'm planting soybeans in dirt. I wonder what will happen? Sometimes I even wonde what will happen to other peoples plant's, like the ones in zeolight. If you respond don't tell me what will happen!
    Alicia Baturoni
    SEI Staff

    Space Explorers
    Green Bay, Wisconsin
    11/18/2003 8:33:25 AM
    Re: soybean plant
    No! It is very unusual for a TRIfoliolate leaf to have four leaves. Maybe we should call yours a QUADfoliolate leaf! Interesting result. Has anyone else had this happen?
    Shelby
    Student

    Fsu School
    Tallahassee, Florida
    4/28/2004 9:17:16 AM
    Re: soybean plant
    ACUTALLY IT IS NORMAL ALL PLANTS GROW A DIFFERENT WAY!SHELBY
    Breanne
    Student

    Fsu School
    Tallahassee, Florida
    5/19/2004 1:58:16 PM
    Re: soybean plant
    our soybean plant's trifoliate leaves only have three leaves on them.


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