Which is an example of phototropism?
C. a plant bending toward the light
Vines growing up a wall is an example of thigmotropism
i think it is A
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I believe the answer is A
Positive phototropism is growth toward a light source, and negative phototropism is growth away from a light source. ... Sunflowers are a great example of positive phototropism, because not only do their stems curve toward the light but their flowers turn to face the sunlight as well.
B is the answer
Phototropism is defined as a growth of a plant (or organism) in response to light. Generally, the stems show positive phototropism (growth towards light), and roots show negative phototropism (growth away from light). Light is an important energy source for the growth of plants, thus plants show growth and bending toward the light.
Thus, the correct answer is 'option B). a plant bending toward the light.'
An example of phototropism would be: "a plant bending toward the light"
The Latin root word photo means light
The Greek suffix tropism means: the turning of all or part of an organism in a particular direction
With that being said... The turning of all or part of an organism in the direction of light is known as phototropism
Your answer is C.) a plant bending toward the light