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La plante et ses sens

Plants have feelings and a memory, and are living beings

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Plants have feelings and a memory, and are living beings

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This book demonstrates that far from the preconceived idea that plants are inert and passive, they are well and truly endowed with sensations. Building on the results of his earlier research into plant biology, Daniel Chamovitz, who is director of the Manna Centre for Plant Biosciences at Tel Aviv University, invites us to explore the mysterious and fascinating plant world: plants possess a wide range of sensory perceptions, they experience the world around them, from the colours that they see to the odours they smell. Plants therefore have awareness of the world around them. This awareness goes well beyond our previous assumptions: they are also aware of their past, and pass memories of traumatic events from generation to generation. In this captivating book we are encouraged to change our view of the plant world, more complex than we could have imagined. Do plants have some of the same genes present in human DNA? Do we have points in common with plants - which? TABLE OF CONTENTS • Plants and vision• Plants and scent• Plants and touch• Plants and hearing• Plants and orientation• Plants and memory• Epilogue: the conscious plant

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Author
D CHAMOVITZ
Editor
BUCHET CHASTEL
Number of pages
187
Type of book
Broché
Language
French
Dimensions
14 x 20,5

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