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coiling of a tendril around a support is an example of photonasty thigmotrphic nyctinasty chmotrophic

coiling of a tendril around a support is an example of
  1. photonasty
  2. thigmotrphic
  3. nyctinasty
  4. chmotrophic

Grade:12th pass

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Apoorva Arora IIT Roorkee
askIITians Faculty 181 Points
8 years ago
Thigmotropismis a movement in which aplantmoves or grows in response totouchorcontactstimuli. The prefixthigmo-comes from theGreekfor "touch". Usually thigmotropism occurs whenplantsgrow around asurface, such as awall,pot, ortrellis.Climbing plants, such asvines, developtendrilsthat coil around supporting objects.
monis hameed
13 Points
5 years ago
This is the another growth movement of the plant in response to touch E,g Coiling of tendrils around the support

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