Extended SCP-ES-122 Test Log
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Test Log Format:
All test logs must be written in this format.
> **Plant:** //[PLANT]//
> **Result:** [RESULTS]

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Plant: Helianthus annuus
Modified File: stem/main.oto. Loop with a sinusoidal function included as part of the plant structure of the stem.
Result: The stem of the plant begins to move autonomously. The movements of the stem follow a vibratory pattern in a second harmonic.

Plant: Heliamphora chimantensis y Drosera capensis (both known to be carnivorous plants)
Modified File: structure/body.oto from Heliamphora chimantensis. The file structure/tentacles.oto from Heliamphora chimantensis was copied and a locomotion method was added to it. The object was embedded in the body class, and the corresponding methods were implemented.
Result: Upon running the file of Heliamphora chimantensis, it developed the glandular tentacles of Drosera capensis around its bell-shaped body. The tentacles were fully functional, and produced sticky secretions to capture prey.
Notes: The movement of the tentacles produced a sound similar to the screeching of some animals, giving the impression that the plant screamed every time it was about to digest its prey.

Plant: Pinus pinea (stone pine)
Modified File: fruits/main.oto. The code was copy-pasted from a carrot..
Result: The tree immediately detached the pine nuts from its branches, and in their place grew carrots. Over the following days, at a slower pace, new carrots appeared on other branches.
Notes: I request to repeat this experiment with an elm tree, and using pears instead of carrots. — Dr. Summer

Plant: Cupressus funebris (Chinese weeping cypress)
Modified File: structure/body.oto. The generation method of the branch entities was modified into a binary tree.
Result: As the tree grew, it began to generate its branches in pairs from the central trunk all the way to the leaves, giving it an appearance somewhat similar to a Pythagorean tree. This transformation even applied to the branching of the tree.
Notes: Tests revealed that the resulting specimen is 40% more effective in absorbing carbon dioxide than an ordinary specimen. — Dr. Exequías Weiss.

Plant: Zea mays (maize)
Modified File: structure/body.oto. The class fruits.oto was modified to be an instance of structure.oto by introducing a recursive algorithm for its generation.
Result: Upon examination of the resulting cobs, it was observed that the corn kernels were, in fact, smaller sized cobs that in turn contained more similar instances. This fractal structure was repeated all the way down to the atomic scale.
Notes: I should clarify that the interesting aspect of this experiment does not compensate for its horrible taste. — Dr. Exequías Weiss

Plant: Citrullus lanatus (watermelon)
Modified File: fruits.oto. Changes were made to the size attributes, the seed.oto object generation method was removed, shell.oto was modified to decrease its thickness, and the Vitis vinifera (common grape vine) clusters.oto class was imported to instantiate fruits.oto.
Result: The plant began to generate watermelon fruits of crimson red coloration, with an almost transparent green rind. The fruits emerged in clusters of 15-35 fruits, none of which contained seeds.
Notes: For reasons that are still under investigation, the fruits of this specimen emit very slight Aspect Radiation. I will request some samples for an in-depth study. — Researcher Richard Dunwich.

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