Biologists saw talking cabbage …

February 7, 2012 17:10

By the opening of the British scientists at the University of Exeter, could be taken as a joke, had talked about it not as serious masmedia as ITAR-TASS and Bi-bi-si. Scientific observations have shown that vegetables have the ability to communicate with each other. This was proved by experiments on cabbage. When growing vegetables in the garden notched sheet, it produced a special gas that warned about the dangers of neighboring plants. And those resulting immediately raised in its biochemical balance of the toxic substances that resist pests, especially caterpillars.

According to the head works of Professor Ian Stewart, gas is the language of communication between plants. With it, they inform the world of the need to increase protection. Now the scientists are going to continue to decipher the language of flora.

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