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The Power of Movement in Plants

by Charles Darwin

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In this 1880 book, written with his son Francis, Darwin makes the pioneering attempt to connect plant movements with the larger scheme of biological behavior. Not well received at the time, it has proven to be an enduring influence on plant movement research: he was talking about Phototropism, that plants grow towards a light source.… (more)

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