Scientists Say Plants Can Remember And Think

Scientists Say Plants Can Remember And Think
Innovation

New discovery indicates that vegetation may have some 'human' traits.

Naresh Kumar
  • 15 july 2010

A team of scientists led by Professor Stanislaw Karpinski from the Warsaw University of Life Sciences in Poland have discovered that just like humans, plants too have the ability to think and remember. In a series of experiments, scientists showed that plants transmit information of light intensity from one leaf to another through its cells, just like the nerves of our nervous system do.

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