In plant terms these are familiar growth and development phenomena, such as de-etiolation, flower induction, wind sway response, regeneration, induced bud break/germination, tropic bending, etc.
‘We've offered to improve the road, but the Navy won't let us,’ he shouted above the chirping of tiny frogs and the thwack of thick tropic brush against the windows.
Then he briefly describes the four principal circles of the celestial sphere: equator, zodiac, and the two tropic circles.
At one point during his childhood, a new relationship of his mother's took him out of all the gray bleakness to a veritable tropic isle off the coast of the Carolinas.
Early red and green algae may have been unable to radiate 1,500 MYA because of physical factors such as nutrient conditions or tropic competition.
They watched as white smoke drifted lazily upward in the humid tropic air.
A tropic point is the sun's position on the celestial sphere at the time of a solstice.
A native of the tropic Americas, the cattleyas are a pseudobulb type and considered an orchid with training wheels.
Charles Darwin performed early auxin experiments, observing the effects of a hypothetical substance modulating plant shoot elongation to allow tropic growth toward light.
As the blistering midday sun slowly arced across the powder-blue tropic skies, temperatures soared to stifling, triple-digit figures.