Did you know that plants have a social life too? Minute Earth explores and explains the manner in which plants communicate with one another and how they go about protecting and/or destroying each other.
Teamwork. Plants gossip below ground as well. If you seal the tops of tomato plants in airtight plastic bags and expose one of them to harmful leaf disease, the healthy plants will detect their neighbors illness and begin making antibiotic compounds. We don’t know exactly how this communication happens, but it’s probably through the extensive network of beneficial fungi that help plant roots absorb and share water and nutrients. However plants can also use what they learn about their neighbors for nefarious purposes. Parasitic daughter vines sniff out and steer towards their preferred hosts instead of flailing around blindly. Another vine somehow grows leaves in different shapes and sizes to match those of the tree or shrub it’s climbing on, using its host for both support and camouflage whatever the purpose.
There was times when cable was important in our lives and allowed us to watch television in home with family or alone, however, today, media streaming devices are replacing cable TV and that is the reason we decided to show you why media streaming devices became so popular. In this particular article we are going to provide you with all relevant information that will provide you perfect idea what we are talking about. Read more
If we say that technology has completely changed the way people live their lives, then this will be a very true statement. Not only has technology contributed in getting knowledge about the human bodies, about our earth and a number of other things, it has also contributed to the field of construction. In the past, the way people used to go about the construction and the methods and machinery that was used in the construction field was totally different than what is being used now. Read more