Definition of Heliotropic. Meaning of Heliotropic. Synonyms of Heliotropic

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Definition of Heliotropic

Heliotropic
Heliotropic He`li*o*trop"ic, a. (Bot.) Manifesting heliotropism; turning toward the sun.

Meaning of Heliotropic from wikipedia

- other stimuli to plant movement such as gravity, moisture and touch. Heliotropic flowers track the sun's motion across the sky from east to west. Daisies...
- Heliotrope most often refers to: Heliotrope (color), a pink-purple color, named for the color of the flowering plants Heliotropium, a genus of flowering...
- Heliotrope is a pink-purple tint that is a representation of the colour of the heliotrope flower. The first recorded use of heliotrope as a color name...
- The mineral aggregate heliotrope (from Gr**** ἥλιος, hḗlios “Sun”, τρέπειν, trépein “to turn”), also known as bloodstone, is a cryptocrystalline mixture...
- Heliotropic hypothesis is the process when social systems evolve toward the most positive images they hold of themselves. Cooperrider. "Positive image...
- The heliotrope is an instrument that uses a mirror to reflect sunlight over great distances to mark the positions of parti****nts in a land survey. The...
- commonly known as heliotropes (sg. /ˈhiːli.ətroʊp/[clarification needed]). It is highly toxic for dogs and cats. The name "heliotrope" derives from the...
- The Heliotrope is an environmentally friendly house designed by the German architect Rolf Disch who also designed the Sonnenschiff (Sun Ship). Three such...
- Heliotrope Studios was a video game developer active in the 1990s. Heliotrope was started as Changeling Software, a Macintosh developer, by Andrew and...
- It is nationally significant as the first institution designed for heliotropic treatment of children suffering from tuberculosis. Its buildings "comprise...
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