Do plants respond to pain?

Do plants respond to pain?

Can a plant be intelligent? Some plant scientists insist they are — since they can sense, learn, remember and even react in ways that would be familiar to humans.

Scientists conduct a plant experiment that may make you rethink those veggie burgers.
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“They have ways of taking all the sensory data they gather in their everyday lives… integrate it and then behave in an appropriate way in response. And they do this without brains, which, in a way, is what’s incredible about it, because we automatically assume you need a brain to process information.” – Michael Pollan author of “The Omnivore’s Dilemma” and “The Botany of Desire”

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Seems its proving point of our 100 years old scientist Mr Bose.

Indian scientist Jagadish Chandra Bose, began to conduct experiments on plants in the year 1900.

He found that every plant and every part of a plant appeared to have a sensitive nervous system and responded to shock by a spasm just as an animal muscle does.

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Plants are intelligent, they learn, remember, again, react. There are also studies suggesting that plants can learn from experience. Plants respond to anesthetics.

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Great information …

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Such a great information

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