Movement of hairs in Drosera is Referred to as

  1. Heliotropism
  2. Thigmotropism
  3. Photonastic
  4. Seismonastic
Harsh Vardhan Professor Asked on 22nd July 2015 in Biology.
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Thigmotropism

Movement of hairs in Drosera is referred to as Thigmotropism. Thigmotropism is the movement of an organ to touch or physical contact with a solid object.  This directional response is generally caused by the induction of some pattern of differential growth.

Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 25th July 2015.
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