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Coiling of garden pea tendrils around any support is an example of

a)

Thigmotaxis

b)

Thigmonasty

c)

Thigmotropism

d)

Thermotaxis


Question ID - 5442 | Toppr Answer

Coiling of garden pea tendrils around any support is an example of

a)

Thigmotaxis

b)

Thigmonasty

c)

Thigmotropism

d)

Thermotaxis

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Answer Key : (c) -

(c)

Thigmotropism is the movement due to contact with a foreign body. In twinners and lianas, there is less growth on the side of contact and more growth on the side of branch away from the contact. Coiling of garden pea tendrils around any support is an example of thigmotropism.



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