The root was severely tapered by the compact layer below 70 mm, although geotropic
growth was maintained.
Description: Flowers are geotropic
and are arranged on a thick stem in a one-sided spike or spikelike raceme.
Some flowers, such as gladioli and snapdragons, are packed in upright boxes, called hampers, to prevent unsightly geotropic
Investigation of the reciprocity rule by means of geotropic
Detailed operational procedures of the TRV chair have previously been published including the clinical distinction between canalolithiasis and cupulolithiasis that relates to the timing and excitation of geotropic
or apogeotropic nystagmus, respectively [13, 19].
For example, the 'saxophone growth' type (Tomlinson, 1990), which is characterised by a geotropic
growth of the trunk in the early stages of development, ensures an effective underground protection of the apical meristem of juvenile palms and acaulescent adults.
Unique Characteristics: Flower stem is geotropic
in that stems bend away from gravity.
A tall container made of wooden slats or corrugated cardboard used to ship tall flowers, especially those that are geotropic
, such as gladiolus.