geotropism


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an orienting response to gravity

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The instance, Allopathic, geotropism of root and the aerial growth of foot stalk, flowering and winter sleeping of plant and the germination of seed at pure determine time, hunter sing the insects by sarcophagi plants, coexistence with another creatures example, mushroom and bacterias example, the Azoth stabilizer bacteria and the power to contrast with plant illness, contrast with environment tensions example, dryness, cold, and give the resistor mechanism in contrast theirs and most important all, product of metabolite (substance) in amount of human's need from this substance as plant drug, they utilization.
The detector was set up for a 4 week period at the Farlow Herbarium at Harvard University, where I was a research affiliate at the time, conducting work at the Arnold Arboretum, studying the negative geotropism of a heavy vine, Aristolochia macrophylla.
This is called a negative geotropic response--compared of course to "normal" root responses to gravity, as in terrestrials, which is called positive geotropism.
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As the seeds germinated, geotropism directed the roots downward.
Auxins have been found responsible for phototropism, geotropism, and apical dominance.