the effect of a current of water upon the direction of plant growth.
growth of a plant or sessile animal in the direction of a current of water

rheotropism rhe·ot·ro·pism (rē-ŏt’rə-pĭz’əm)
Growth or movement of a part of an organism in response to the motion of a current.


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