plagiotropism definition

  • noun:
    • The habit of develop at an oblique or horizontal direction. Applied of origins, stems, or branches.
    • In botany, oblique geotropism; a turning in which the organs of particular flowers have their particular lengthy axes more or less divergent from the vertical—that is, over the course of gravitation or of ray of light. Compare or-thotropism.
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