There was much ridicule when Charles Darwin compared the root system of plants to a brain in the 19th century. But as with the theory of evolution, he may have been right here too. It is true that flowers and trees do not have nerve cells. But they do produce hormones transmit sensory stimuli through a fine network of veins to their own organs. to their own organs. This means of communication also serves to neighboring plants, for example about pest attacks. An infographic page about the intelligence of plants in collaboration with Andreas Pufal (AD)
Infografik

Infographic published in National Geographic (german)

Illustration der Blütenpflanze

Main illustration

Skizze

First rough page design

The smaller graphics
How plants feel ...
How plants feel ...
... see ...
... see ...
... taste/smell ...
... taste/smell ...
... and listen.
... and listen.

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