The response of a plant to light. Some plants will lean toward a light source as they develop.
Yes plants lean toward the light or if the plant is not planted upright in the soil it will lean so that it is growing upright.
Yes plants do grow towards sunlight that is why some plants lean to a certain side.
A growth hormone called auxin.
Sure. In fact, if you place a plant under an artificial light source, it will lean toward the light source as if it were the sun.
plants lean towards the sun to gain nutrients, that is an adaptation. They also use th sun photosynthesis plants lean towards the sun for photosynthesis. When they leann towards the sun it is an adaptation
The sun. Plants will gradually lean toward the highest intensity of light. This can even happen overnight, depending on the plant.
Usually plants respond to light by turning toward it.
the bending of plants toward sunlight,or phototropism,is an example of a behavioral adaptation related to light
Its called phototaxis.
The sun causes a plant to grow towards the light.
The tip of the stem can detect light so it grows towards the light.
Plants in the dark receive no light and the plants need the light. They grow because the production of growth hormones is stimulated by the dark/suppressed by sunlight. This is why plants in the dark grow much more than plants in the light. (They will turn yellow because they are not receiving enough sunlight to produce chlorophyll to make the plant green. They will become unhealthy and eventually die.) It is also why plants in a sunny window "lean" toward the light. The side of the plant that is in the shade is producing more growth hormones.
Plants bend as they need light for photosynthesis. Its scientific term is phototropism.
its an response :)
The more light there is, the more energy a plant can make through photosynthesis. That's why plants will always grow toward a light source when planted.
Plants need basic suppliments, light being one of them. So the plants try to absorb that light by leaning towards it. The light helps plants make photosynthesize (make food), reproduce, and live.
Well, the leaves tend to face toward the light.