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    If IPS cells can be generated from mammalian post mitotic cells than surely dedifferentiation can occur in a kingdom where the speies are known to have great regenerative capacity. Of course, it may necessitate a combination of exogenous agents for the cells to re-enter the cell cycle but it is well within the paradigm.

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    It doesn't work like that for nepenthes.
    I have heard that you can root a clean cut heli pitcher though.

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    Maybe I should talk dirty to it.

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    Well ive heard about one guy that rooted a miranda leaf. I personally got roots on a leaf once but abandoned it because of lack of patience

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    hide the leaf somewhere dont go near it for two months then finaly go look at the leaf

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    I'm not touching it and it looks the same today so who knows. The plant kingdom is pretty spooky which is why it has always fascinated me.

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