The root is a little longer, but more importantly, it all sits in the wet now. The seed is doing it's best to stand upright, and there is some kind of demarcation between underground stuff, and above ground stuff.
The surface area the roots have is amazing. The photo doesn't really show just how fine the finest roots really are, so you'll just have to trust me.
Big surface area.
The last 20 times or so that I have typed "capsicum", I've typed "cupsicup" instead, and my camera...
Sounds like it's in pain when I turn it on and the lens grinds to a halt.
Then for some reason sounds an alarm at half the volume of the grinding noise, to tell me about all the grinding that's going on.
Then grinds a bit more as it tries an automatic emergency shut-down.
And the takes photo's with nice dark corners.
But it also takes pictures like the capsicum sprout above which I think is pretty good for a low end digital camera, that has taken just short of 5500 pictures, so I guess it's just getting sleepy. Perhaps that's why it does the creepy crocodile eye thing.
120 Things in 20 years wants a new SLR camera, so I can take better photos of my capsicum sprouts for my aquaponics system.