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Summary
If you thought extrasensory perception was the domain of humans and animals alone - think again. Various plants demonstrate this phenomenon and they can even talk to each other. For example acacias can warn their neighbours of an impending danger. When an animal comes to feed on their leaves, they release a gas that conveys a message to the nearby trees. The trees on receiving a signal spread toxins throughout their leaves to protect themselves. Plants lack specialised nerve cells but they have a nervous system that transmits electrical signals. They are also responsive to a caring touch, voice vibrations and the release of carbon dioxide triggers their stretch sensitive cells. Plants also provide an indication of storms via their extrasensory perception.
Keywords: extrasensory perception, plants, nerve cells, nervous system, acacia, Wouter Van Hoven, leaf tannin
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