Definition of Phototropic. Meaning of Phototropic. Synonyms of Phototropic

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Definition of Phototropic

Phototropic
Phototropic Pho`to*trop"ic, a. [Photo- + Gr. ? to turn.] (Bot.) Same as Heliotropic.

Meaning of Phototropic from wikipedia

- single mutants have phototropic responses like that of the wild-type, but phot1 phot2 double mutants do not show any phototropic responses. The amounts...
- convert small molecular fatty acids into hydrogen and other products. Phototropic bacteria produce hydrogen gas via photofermentation, where the hydrogen...
- time strongly depended on the brightness (positive phototropic for weak light, and negative phototropic for bright light, like sunlight). A botanist studying...
- than anywhere in nature or habitats similar to nature. Hypothetically, phototropic biom**** could be derived from nutrient-rich wastewater and flue gas carbon...
- 2-dihydro-ψ,ψ-caroten-1-ol) is a carotenoid. It is a major carotenoid of phototropic bacteria such as Rhodomicrobium vannielii and Rhodopseudomonas acidophila...
- found that blue light causes the plant Arabidopsis thaliana to exhibit a phototropic response, this curvature is heightened with the addition of red light...
- stalk is initially positively phototropic and moves towards the light. After fertilisation, it becomes negatively phototropic and moves away from the light...
- Ol' Boozeroony" Reeder 2:47 4. "Gloria Lewis" Homme, Garcia 4:02 5. "Phototropic" Homme 5:13 6. "El Rodeo" Homme, Garcia 5:35 7. "Jumbo Blimp Jumbo" Homme...
- animals to employ a similar visual system were the now-extinct trilobites. Phototropic chromatop****s can change O. wendtii's color and regulate how much light...
- appearance and is ~2 mm in length. The larvae are negatively phototaxic/phototropic, avoiding light and hiding in the substrate around them. The larvae require...
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