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Medals will be given a potted plant sitting near a window grows up and toward the window .at the same time ,its roots are grow down to the bottom of the pot.Give three examples of how this plant is responding to external stimuli

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  1. ashlynn143
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    please help @blues

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    This plant is experiencing positive phototropism as it grows toward the light shining through a window. The leaves and stem, or the above ground parts of the plant, are also displaying a negative response to gravity as the plant grows up. However, the roots are responding positively to gravity as they grow down to the bottom of the pot.

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