What is a positive and negative tropisms?

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A positive tropism is something that bends with gravity or bends towards the light or the roots grow towards water. A negative tropism does the exact opposite.
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A positive tropism is a plant's tendency to grow toward something: Stems toward light, roots toward water, etc. (Negative tropism is growing away from something. VCE Master Gardener
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