why is auxin destroyed in plants when there is bright light?

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Just a quick question. It might be fairly obvious but, I am having trouble explaining. It would be a great help if anyone answered.

Thanks 

Posted Mon 21st January, 2013 @ 09:49 by evie4learning

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Only the auxin on the side of the plant that is nearest to the sun is destroyed, however the auxin on the furthest away from plant just lengthens

Answered Tue 22nd January, 2013 @ 08:13 by Marufah