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A negative tropism is when a plant grows _____ a stimulus. A) toward B) away from
A negative tropism is when a plant grows away from a stimulus.
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User: A negative tropism is when a plant grows _____ a stimulus. A) toward B) away from

Weegy: A negative tropism is when a plant grows away from a stimulus.
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User: _____ controls geotropism and phototropism. A) Auxin B) Gibberellin C) Cytokinin D) Abscisic acid (ABA

Weegy: Auxin controls geotropism and phototropism.
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User: _____ cause fruits to grow bigger and flowers to bloom earlier. A) Cytokinin B) Abscisic acid (ABA) C) Ethylene D) Gibberellin

Weegy: B) Abscisic acid (ABA)
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User: Like animals, plants must maintain an internal balance, or _____. A) sugar B) chemical transmitters C) homeostasis D) tropisms

Weegy: Like animals, plants must maintain an internal balance, or homeostasis.
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User: If you see a diseased plant, it is most likely in the _____ stage of its life cycle. A) adult B) death C) growth D) beginning

Weegy: B) death
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User: The idea that sporophyte and gametophyte generations follow one another in a plant's life cycle is called _____.

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Gibberellins cause fruits to grow bigger and flowers to bloom earlier.
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The idea that sporophyte and gametophyte generations follow one another in a plant's life cycle is called the alternation of generations (or the alternation of phases).
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The huge redwood trees in Oregon continue to grow tall by conducting PRIMARY growth.
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The idea that sporophyte and gametophyte generations follow one another in a plant's life cycle is called ______. A) gamete and spore B) Haploid and Diploid C) alternation of generations
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The idea that sporophyte and gametophyte generations follow one another in a plant's life cycle is called the alternation of generations.
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The vascular cambium _____. A) is part of a plant's secondary growth B) produces secondary phloem and xylem tissue C) increases in ring size each year D) all of the above
Weegy: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search The introduction to this article provides insufficient context for those unfamiliar with the subject. Please help improve the article with a good introductory style. [ (September 2010) Multiple cross sections of a stem showing vascular cambium and companion cells[1]The vascular cambium (pl. cambia or cambiums) is a part of the morphology of plants. It consists of cells that are partly specialized, for the tissues that transport water solutions, but have not reached any of the final forms that occur in their branch of the specialization graph. ] User: is it a b c or d ? Weegy: B) produces secondary phloem and xylem tissue (More)
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Answer: all of the above. The vascular cambium is part of a plant's secondary growth; produces secondary phloem and xylem tissue; and increases in ring size each year.
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