Why do plants grow toward the light. By. Justin Graves. A plant's ability to make food depends on its ability to absorb enough light energy. So, many plants move-in the small ways that they can-toward the Sun or other light sources (a characteristic known as phototropism ).
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By. Justin Graves
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The end and oxygen-involved in food production, plants have thousands of microscopic openings called stomata on their leaves and