how and why do sunflowers turn their inflorescence?

Stephen Jankalski CEREOID at prodigy.net
Tue Aug 29 12:59:11 EST 2000


It is called heliotropism. There has been much written on the subject. Do a
search using that word.

(Despite the similarity in name, it has nothing to do with the plant
commonly called "Heliotrope".)


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