hydrotropism(redirected from positive hydrotropismnegative hydrotropism)
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Growth or movement in a sessile organism toward or away from water, as of the roots of a plant.
hy′dro·tro′pic (hī′drə-trō′pĭk) adj.
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(Botany) the directional growth of plants in response to the stimulus of water
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The growth or movement of a fixed organism, especially a plant, toward or away from water.
hydrotropic (hī′drə-trō′pĭk, hī′drə-trŏp′ĭk) adjective
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growth or movement in response to water as a stimulus. — hydrotropic, adj.See also: Water
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hydrotropism[haɪˈdrɒtrəˌpɪz/əm] n → idrotropismo
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