Plant hormonal regulation differs from animal hormonal regulation in that plant hormonal regulation differs from animal hormonal regulation in that only animal hormone concentrations are developmentally regulated all production of hormones is local in plants with little long-distance transport only animal hormones may have either external or internal receptors there are no dedicated hormone-producing organs in plants as there are in animals
one is through turgidity. this occurs before ground tissue ( collenchyma
and sclerenchyma cells) become well
developed to give structural support to the plant as it grows bigger. the xylem
tissue (composed of rigid tissue) of the young
plant render this support and also maintaining osmotic turgidity of the surrounding
after receiving a stimus, the sensory receptors send(s) signals to the appropriate area of the body.
the must be sensory neurons.
hope its .