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 What forces cause upward movement in a plant?

Answer water moves up because root pressure,conhesion ,and transpiration
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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 causes a plant to grow upward?

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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What Forces Cause Moons to Orbit Planets?

The force that causes moons to orbit planets is gravity. Gravity is one of the four fundamental forces in the universe, with the other three (the strong force, the weak force and the electromagneti... Read More »
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What is the growth movement of a plant toward light called?

The growth movement of a plant toward light is called heliotropism. According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, the action of a plant following the sun is heliotropism: "phototropism in which sunl... Read More »
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