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Smarty plants: are our vegetable cousins more intelligent than we realise?

Plants can learn, memorise information and communicate. Perhaps we humans are not as special as we would like to thinkI had hoped to interview the plant neurobiologist Stefano Mancuso at his laboratory at the University of Florence. I picture it as a botanical utopia: a place where flora is respected for its awareness and intelligence; where sensitive mimosa plants can demonstrate their long memories; and where humans are invited to learn how to be a better species by observing the behaviour of our verdant fellow organisms.But because we are both on lockdown, we Skype from our homes. Instead of meeting his clever plants, I make do with admiring a pile of cannonball-like pods from an aquatic species, on the bookshelves behind him. "They're used for propagation," he says. "I am always collecting seeds." Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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