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The tendency for a tropism (growth response of a plant) to be orientated at an angle to the line of action of the stimulus concerned. For example, the growth of lateral branches and lateral roots is at an oblique angle to the stimulus of gravity (plagiogeotropism). Compare orthotropism.

Subjects: Biological Sciences.

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