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nastic

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adjective nas·tic \ˈnas-tik\

Definition of nastic

  1. :  of, relating to, or constituting a movement of a plant part caused by disproportionate growth or increase of turgor in one surface



Origin and Etymology of nastic

Greek nastos close-pressed, from nassein to press


First Known Use: 1908

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