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Plant Research

What Do Plants Remember ~ Part Two

In my last post we explored the concept of epigenetics, and the idea of stressors leading to memories passed from one generation to the next not only in animals but plants as well.  We saw that plants have the ability to store and recall biological information, but this information is different from the emotion filled memories that we recall daily. Yet, these plant behaviors can be considered basic, or remedial, forms of …Read More

What Do Plants Remember

We all know that memories are actively handed down in humans through storytelling, rituals and pictures to mention a few, and this occurs from one generation to the next. But there is a different type of transgenerational memory involving epigenetics, and this is completely different. Epigenetics  is the study of the process by which genetic information is translated into the substance and behavior of an organism; specifically, the study of …Read More

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