1a:Has a spine~ go to 2
1b:Has no spine~ go to 3
2a:Has tall pointy green leaves~ go to 3
2b:Long drappey leaves~ Fern
3a:Grows flowers in the spring~ Bougainvillea
3b:Red berries and pointy leaves~ Holly tree
4a: Long dark green stem with little leaves~ go to 5
4b: Long light green stem with little leaves~ Asparagus fern
5a: Becomes eatable after fully grown~ Rosemary plant
5b:Small red leaves~ go to 6
6a:A small bush but also an have berries~ Holly bush
Hydrotropism~ The growth or turning of a plants roots growing towards or away from water.
Thigmotropism~ The bending of a plant or another
organisms response to touching a stimulus.
Geotropism~ The growth of a plants parts in
response to gravity.
Phototropism~ The orientation of an organism or a
plants response to light.
Turgor pressure~ The pressure of water FORCING the plasma membrane against the cell wall of a plant.
Root wedging~ Physical weathering caused by plant and tree roots FORCING rock apart.
Force~ The strength or energy as an attribute of physical action or movement.