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Everyday Life Forces

Forces in Everyday Life

TermDefinition
Geotropism The movement or growth of an organism in response to gravity.
Thigmotropism The movement or growth of an organism in response to contact.
Thermotropism The movement or growth of an organism in response to changes in temperature.
Phototropism The movement or growth of an organism in response to light.
Hydrotropism The movement or growth of an organism in response to an abundance or a lack of water.
Chemotropism The movement or growth of an organism in response to a chemical stimulus.
Tropism Growth in response to a stimulus.
Phloem Living cells, transports food from leaves.
Xylem Dead cells, transports water from roots to leaves.
Osmosis Movement from high to low concentration.
Transpiration Evaporation of water lost through the leaves.
Auxin Plant growth hormone made on the tips and roots.
Cytoplasm The jelly like material that makes up much of a cell inside the cell membrane and surrounds the nucleus.
Force The push or pull that can change the motion of an object.
Turgor Pressure Force of water molecules against the cell wall that allows plants to stand up straight.
Motion The change in an objects position with respect to time and in comparison to the position of other objects used as reference points.
Created by: pergandev