An insect landed on a leaf of an insectivorous plant. Consequently, the leaf closed with its spines interlocking trapping the insect inside it. Name the response exhibited by the leaf. An insect landed on a leaf of an insectivorous plant. Consequently, the leaf closed with its spines interlocking trapping the insect inside it. Name the response exhibited by the leaf. Thigmonasty / Haptonasty; Rej. positive thigmonasty Post Views: 22 Tell your friends about this content: Related posts: KCSE ENGLISH GRAMMAR AND LITERATURE NOTES CO-OPERATION IN AFRICA NOTES CO-OPERATION IN AFRICA NOTES FATHERS OF NATIONS STUDY GUIDE PDF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS NOTES CRE Standard 8 Notes POLITICAL DEVELOPMENTS AND THE STRUGGLE FOR INDEPENDENCE IN KENYA (1919 – 1963) NOTES DEVELOPMENT OF INDUSTRY NOTES LESSON THREE: CHRISTIAN VIEW ON ISSUES RELATED TO SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. THE GALILEAN MINISTRY RECEPTION-RESPONSE AND COORDINATION BIOLOGY FORM 4 NOTES MODEL14012023004 ESTABLISHMENT OF COLONIAL RULE IN KENYA NOTES Wanganga students collected the plant shown below during an education trip AGRICULTURE FORM 2 REVISION KITS MODEL03052023002 CHRISTIAN APPROACHES TO HUMAN SEXUALITY,MARRIAGE AND FAMILY CHRISTIANS APPROACHES TO LEISURE KCPE PAST PAPERS 2011 ENGLISH QUESTION PAPER CONTACT BETWEEN EAST AFRICA AND THE OUTSIDE WORLD UP TO 19TH CENTURY NOTES CHRISTIANS APPROACHES TO ISSUES RELATED TO EMPLOYMENT CHRISTIANS APPROACHES TO WEALTH, MONEY AND POVERTY KCPE PAST PAPERS 2006 ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUESTION PAPER AND ANSWERS DEVELOPMENT OF TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATION NOTES Name the iron monger used for keeping the cabinet door in a closed position without locking EUROPEAN INVASION OF AFRICAN AND THE PROCESS OF COLONIALISATION NOTES THE FORMATION STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONS OF THE GOVERNMENT OF KENYA NOTES Leave a Reply Cancel reply0 You must be logged in to post a comment.