Plants have sensation?

Plants may be able to think or may not, but they may be feel.

They react to light and gravity like us, and scientists have discovered that even primitive green algae can sense changes in light direction and intensity.

If you keep a plants indoors of your houses, you will find that the plants always grow towards the source of light. Some Plants also respond to touch and sound.

Some plants have high sensation. Their leaves will droop or shut when they are touched. It is already observed that the plants grow better and faster if we talks to them, or if music is played near them.

An instrument that invented by the great Indian scientist, Dr. Jagadish Chandra Bose. That instrument was used by him to prove that plants also have feelings.

However, there is still a lot of confusion in the theories that the plants have feelings or not.

Is plants have emotions or they can feel pain like us when people cut them.

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22 thoughts on “Plants have sensation?”

  1. Great post! 👍
    Whether plants themselves have emotions or not, they surely instigate a wave of several emotions within us… each small sapling is a storehouse of emotions and feelings which nourishes and grows with our care towards them in order to replenish the aroma of love within our desolated souls!

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  2. Every living creature reacts to stimuli, even if it is small. We humans can only conclude this from the changes visible to us, but changes also occur in the interior of the plant. A world where many questions remain unanswered …

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  3. Every living thing has value in that it is alive. I don’t know if plants have emotions that would translate into human emotions but in some part of that complex living thing is the will to live and therefore likely the sorrow of dying.

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