What part of a plant holds it upright and moves it towards the sun?

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Plant leans toward sun?

There is a hormone produced in the shoot tips of growing plants which causes the cells forming behind it to elongate rapidly. This hormone is destroyed by light, you can see

Is the earth moving towards the sun?

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Does the root of a plant hold the plant upright?

The plant roots anchor the plant in the ground. It is the mechanical tissue inside shoot which makes the plant upright.

Why do plants reach toward the sun?

Plants grow toward the sun because the side of the plant that is shaded grows faster. Very simple concept; think about this. A plant is under (let's say) a bench and light shi

How do plant parts grow towards the sun?

Ok I belive its because the stem of the plant is pushing through gravity and also it help the top of the plant so the plant grows. --- Emster910 (On Roblox)