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Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsBotany · 2 months ago

Plants can feel? Plants have feelings?

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    They have receptors for sense, so yes they can feel. I'm not too sure about emotion since they don't appear to have a brain

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  • MARK
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    1 month ago

    'Plants can feel?'

    Plants have receptors and can detect chemical and physical changes in their external and internal environments. They can respond to these, and, sometimes, very rapidly. So, I suppose you could say plants can 'feel'; although, it is a very vague and uninformative way of expressing it.

    'Plants have feelings?'

    No, plants cannot have human emotions because they are not human. Similarly, non-human animal species do not have human emotions.

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