Magnetotropism is the movement or plant growth in response to the stimulus provided by the magnetic field in plants (specifically agricultural plants) around the world. As a natural environmental factor in the Earth, variations of magnetic field level causes many biological effects, including germination rate, flowering time, photosynthesis, biomass accumulation, activation of cryptochrome, and shoot growth.

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  • Magnetotropism is the movement or plant growth in response to the stimulus provided by the magnetic field in plants (specifically agricultural plants) around the world. As a natural environmental factor in the Earth, variations of magnetic field level causes many biological effects, including germination rate, flowering time, photosynthesis, biomass accumulation, activation of cryptochrome, and shoot growth. (en)
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  • Magnetotropism is the movement or plant growth in response to the stimulus provided by the magnetic field in plants (specifically agricultural plants) around the world. As a natural environmental factor in the Earth, variations of magnetic field level causes many biological effects, including germination rate, flowering time, photosynthesis, biomass accumulation, activation of cryptochrome, and shoot growth. (en)
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  • Magnetotropism (en)
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