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    Does it have anything to do with the rotation?
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    After three days, the radicle will continue to grow in the horizontal position. This is explained by the fact that rotating the disc does not allow for accumulation of auxins on one side of the radicle. Accumulation of auxins on the lower side would cause faster growth and therefore bending of the radicle upwards. The answer is C

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