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Positive tropism is described as __________. growth towards a stimulus growth away from a stimulus growth that is not affected by a stimulus growth that is only affected by internal forces
Positive tropism can be described as a plant that grows towards the stimulus.
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Positive tropism can be described as a plant that grows towards the stimulus.
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