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Branching out!

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The illusion of inactivity in plants when compared to animals merely reflects a methodological difference of survival in a dynamic environment. Indeed, plants are exquisitely sensitive to multiple inputs from their environment and continuously adjust their growth and development in the absence of any central information processing systems (no brain).

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