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Do plants move?

Do plants move?

Plants also move. Although they do not have muscles, they can change the position of their organs.


Author: Horváthné Kunstár Andrea

Reviewer: Márton Gábor


plants, liikumine, locomotion, Nastic movements, Taxis, Tropism, kemotaksis, turgor, võileiba, päevalill, time-lapse, Bioloogia, loodus, taksonoomia

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