Chemotropism



[ki-mo-truh-piz-uh m] /kɪˈmɒ trəˌpɪz əm/

noun, Biology.
1.
oriented growth or movement in response to a chemical stimulus.
/ˌkɛməʊˈtrəʊˌpɪzəm/
noun
1.
the growth response of an organism, esp a plant, to a chemical stimulus

chemotropism che·mot·ro·pism (kĭ-mŏt’rə-pĭz’əm)
n.
See chemotaxis.

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