We believe that the shape of the living organisms from the Earth is influenced by the planet's gravitational environment.
• When that is removed, some organisms may assume a "default" shape, we call that automorphogenesis.
• We may be able to observe that the Azuki bean, Vigna angularis, will show automorphogenesis when grown in the dark and in microgravity conditions for 5 to 7 days. This was suggested by preliminary experiments that used a 3D clinostat, which simulated microgravity by rotating the seed.
Here is a picture of a clinostat and the results of the experiment with Azuki beans.
The above species have been trialed in a 3 D clinostat and have shown automorphogenesis.
Plants must grow in the dark so that their stems elongate, which will make the difference between the seeds (Earth/space) more obvious.