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Thu October 01, 2009 By: Karishma R

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Thu October 01, 2009

When tendrils come in contact with any support, the part of the tendril in contact with the object does not grow as rapidly as the part of the tendril away from the object. This causes the tendril to circle around the object and cling to it.

 

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