Anesthetics for Plants
January 5, 2018 12:11 PM Subscribe
Just like humans, plants known for their movement (venus fly trap, mimosa, sundew) can succumb to the effects of general anesthesia. The finding is striking for a variety of reasons—there’s the pesky fact that plants lack a central nervous system. Reported in the Annals of Botany.
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