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 What causes a plant to grow upward?

Answer Okay, well there is tropism and stimulus. The stimulus can be gravity, light, and touch. So it depends... If there is a window above the plant and it is reaching upwards towards it... then it would... Read More »
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Which forces cause upward movement in a plant?

Vascualr tissue is the tissue that allows water to move up in plants. However the main reason water is able to move up in plants is because of the cohesive and adhesive nature of water. Water has a... Read More »
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What forces cause upward movement in a plant?

water moves up because root pressure,conhesion ,and transpiration
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What are the plant friuts and vegetable fruits that grow during summer and grow in cool climate?

First of all you can find this info in seed catalogs. That said, any of the cole family cabbage,kale,brussel sprouts,broccolli,califlower. then lettuce potatoes, some tomatoes(stupice is one) there... Read More »
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Can seeds from a transgenic plant grow into a new plant?

Seeds from transgenic plants normally grow into new plants, just like any other seeds. However, some biotech companies have produced transgenic crops that incorporate so-called "terminator technolo... Read More »
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