How Do Plants Move?

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Plants move in a wide variety of ways. They tend to move from place to place as seeds, they bend towards light for plant growth, some plants move by losing their petals or leaves. Other varieties of plants tend to droop or move the moment that they are touched. Venus fly traps move as soon as prey enters in their mouths. Various underwater plant species have flaps that that suddenly move open. Algeas tend to swim towards the light through the aid of sea currents.
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Plants are moved by where the sun is. If the plant can't tell the sun is out it wont move. If they can they sill lean into where the sun is detected.
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