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33-2 Plant Movements
a plant movement that is determined by the direction of an environmental stimulus
a plant movement respond to light coming from one direction
a plant's growth response to touch a solid object (tendrils/veins touching an object)
a plants growth response to gravity (roots are positively gravitropic and stems are negatively gravitropic)
a plants growth in response to a chemical (growth of pollen)
plant movements that occur in respond to environmental stimuli but that are independent of the direction of the stimuli
a type of nastic movement that occurs in response to touching or shaking a plant (venus fly trap)
plant movements in respond to the daily cycle of light and dark (prayer plant)