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    Plant Kinship In Plants

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    “Plants are boring.” That has been the belief of mankind for generations. Animals are obviously highly complex creatures with complex organ systems, and even more intricate organs like the brain. The animal brain is able to sense surroundings, detect eminent danger, form relationships with other animals, and recognize families. However, even without a brain, plants are capable of all this and more. For example, Parasitic plants such as the Dionaea muscipula are able to sense and trap their prey,

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    animals and plants are different and the same at the same time because animals are loving and caring about things and plants just don't do that. Plants are good because they give us food to feed people with and they can give animals shelter so they can hide from other animals that are eating them.There is one plant that eats mosquitoes and that is very interesting because that means some plants have to eat two. Animals are the ones that hunt and plants hunt for food two,The plants with their

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    How Plants Grow Plants

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    Plants are easily propagated by dividing rhizomes or from stem cuttings. Lamium maculatum tends to stand taller in the spring and flatten to the ground in colder weather. If subject to light frost, plants will recover as they begins a new growth cycle. If soils frequently dry out, unsightly bare patches may develop. Dislikes wet soils in winter and may scorch if grown in too much sun. Stems root into the ground where they touch, and unwanted new plants can be moved in spring or fall. Plants are

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    exquisite due to the beautiful plants and trees found here. The plants in India are famous for their admiring beauty. Apart from that, many of the plants found here in India have a religious importance. Their religious value is what makes them special and different from the plants found in other countries. The common Indian garden plants bloom during spring and are lovers of the warm weather. Most of them are flowering plants. Below is the list of the top 10 plants in India. BASIL OR TULSI Basil

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    The Effects Of Plants

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    Plants, being sessile organisms cannot move to more favorable places to escape the adverse effects of HM toxicity.Exposure of the plants to toxic levels of HM triggers a wide range of physiological and biochemical process; and plants in order to cope with the negative impacts of toxicity develop and/or adopt a series of strategies (Fig.1) (Hayat et al., 2012). The initial response of the plants to various stresses, including HM accumulation in the soils involve perception of stress stimuli, signal

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    Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION Situation of Analysis Plant encompasses a wide range of living organisms, this belong to the kingdom Plantae and share a range of characteristics (Anonymous, 2010). Plant growth is the increase in cell size and number (Wilt, 2014). Plants are eukaryotes because eukaryotic cells contain membrane-bound organelles, which include cells and eukaryotes can be single-celled or multicelled (Klucevsek, 2003-2016). Plants have cells that help them to grow or increase in size. From the

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    Plants and Intellegence

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    Have you ever wonder if plants have intellect? Although plants have no brains there are reasons to believe that plants can communicate, measure time, recognise related plants, and have memory. If these theories that plants were to have intelligence were proven whole new doors could swing open for scientists, and could change views on evolution and change the views on the world and its plants. Science could look deeper into how beings have intelligence without a brain, and the human race could expand

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    What is your favorite medicinal plant? There are hundreds of medicinal plants throughout the world and have been used for thousands of years by many people. There are numerous of medicinal plants still used today and we are constantly finding new uses for these plants. Medicinal plants are common plants that most people use every day, but you do not know that they are in your vitamins and other medicines. One such plant is the Blood Flower which is a very beautiful flower that has very important

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    Plant Competition

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    Plant Competition INTRODUCTION This experiment was used to show the different types of competition between species. Competition was defined as being a “relationship between members of the same or different species in which individuals are adversely affected by those having the same living requirements, such as food or space” (Competition 2010). There are two different types of competition that we will be observing during this experiment. The first type would be intraspecific, which means “competition

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    Plants shape and diversify our ecosystems by providing a number of different resources to the communities they surround. Plant ecology is important for predicting plant distribution and abundance for the maintenance of our ecosystems. Studying plant-consumer interactions yields information on ecosystem and economic stability, as well as community structure that can all lead to a variety of conservation efforts. Herbivory is a driving factor that can be detrimental to plant communities like the spruce

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