anonymous
  • anonymous
How do plants respond to different environmental stimuli?
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hungergames13
  • hungergames13
Plants produce hormones and respond to external stimuli, growing towards sources of water and light, which they need to survive. A tropism is a growth in response to a stimulus and an auxin is a plant hormone produced in the stem tips and roots, which controls the direction of growth. Plant hormones are used in weed killers, rooting powder and to control fruit ripening.

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Thank you.
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