Tropism

Definition of Tropism

Tro´pism   Pronunciation: trō´pĭz'm
n.1.(Physiol.) Modification of the direction of growth, caused by some external influence, such as light; - sometimes used for motion of an organism toward or away from an external stimulus, more properly called taxis.

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a thing for, affinity, aptitude, aptness, bent, bias, cast, conatus, conduciveness, delight, diathesis, disposition, eagerness, feeling for, inclination, leaning, liability, liking, penchant, predilection, predisposition, prejudice, probability, proclivity, proneness, propensity, readiness, sensitivity to, soft spot, susceptibility, tendency, turn, twist, warp, weakness, willingness
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