Do You Know that Plants can Memorize Information? - Part 2

Tuesday, March 29, 2022

You may read previous posting (Part 1):

- Do You Know that Plants can Memorize Information? - Part 1



Fig 01- The plant with green and red leaves


Since plants have no brain, their ability to store “expertise” in weeks, even two months is beyond amazing.


Orchids have ability to trick insects, hence orchid called as a “clever” plant. They produce chemicals similar to female insects pheromones.


Pheromones is a wind borne chemical. This “aromatic” may affect on other insects behaviors.


Chemical combinations or concentrations of Pheromones stimulate pollinators to do pollination.



Fig 02- White flowers, just for illustration


In addition to Pheromones, many pollinators are attracted by orchid because of nectar and mimic foods.



Fig 03- An orchid, sold at Walmart


The number of insects includes:

- bees

- wasps

- flies

- ants

- birds

- moths

- butterflies


Do you know or aware a kind of smart plants around you?


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  2. ...the natural world is complex and interesting.

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    1. indeed...


      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Do You Know that Plants can Memorize Information? - Part 2
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      Fig 01- The plant with green and red leaves

      Since plants have no brain, their ability to store “expertise” in weeks, even two months is beyond amazing.

      Orchids have ability to trick insects, hence orchid called as a “clever” plant. They produce chemicals similar to female insects pheromones.

      Pheromones is a wind borne chemical. This “aromatic” may affect on other insects behaviors.

      Chemical combinations or concentrations of Pheromones stimulate pollinators to do pollination.

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  3. Thanks for your informative sharing...

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Do You Know that Plants can Memorize Information? - Part 2
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      Fig 02- White flowers, just for illustration

      In addition to Pheromones, many pollinators are attracted by orchid because of nectar and mimic foods.

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    1. We just had an orchid fair here to learn more about how to grow here.

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    2. @Christine>
      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Do You Know that Plants can Memorize Information? - Part 2
      -
      Fig 03- An orchid, sold at Walmart

      The number of insects includes:
      - bees
      - wasps
      - flies
      - ants
      - birds
      - moths
      - butterflies

      Do you know or aware a kind of smart plants around you?

      # Previous postings:
      - WHY VACATION MAY IMPROVE HEALTHY HEART? - HEART 6
      - WHY DO AMERICANS LOVE TO VISIT LIBRARY?
      - HOW AUTHORITARIAN, CULT OR ABUSIVE LEADERS CREATED THEIR FERVENT SUPPORTERS?
      - DID FEAR MAKE SOME PEOPLE BE LATE PERSONS?

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    3. @Ellie> I see...
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      Do You Know that Plants can Memorize Information? - Part 2
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    4. @Catlin>

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Do You Know that Plants can Memorize Information? - Part 2
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      Fig 01- The plant with green and red leaves

      Since plants have no brain, their ability to store “expertise” in weeks, even two months is beyond amazing.

      Orchids have ability to trick insects, hence orchid called as a “clever” plant. They produce chemicals similar to female insects pheromones.

      Pheromones is a wind borne chemical. This “aromatic” may affect on other insects behaviors.

      Chemical combinations or concentrations of Pheromones stimulate pollinators to do pollination.

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  5. Thanks for sharing this interesting info.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Do You Know that Plants can Memorize Information? - Part 2
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      Fig 02- White flowers, just for illustration

      In addition to Pheromones, many pollinators are attracted by orchid because of nectar and mimic foods.

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  6. Interesting information. I love orchids.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Do You Know that Plants can Memorize Information? - Part 2
      -
      Fig 03- An orchid, sold at Walmart

      The number of insects includes:
      - bees
      - wasps
      - flies
      - ants
      - birds
      - moths
      - butterflies

      Do you know or aware a kind of smart plants around you?

      # Previous postings:
      - WHY VACATION MAY IMPROVE HEALTHY HEART? - HEART 6
      - WHY DO AMERICANS LOVE TO VISIT LIBRARY?
      - HOW AUTHORITARIAN, CULT OR ABUSIVE LEADERS CREATED THEIR FERVENT SUPPORTERS?
      - DID FEAR MAKE SOME PEOPLE BE LATE PERSONS

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  7. Very interesting informations:) Great post :)

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  8. This was so interesting! I knew all about bees but not the other insects/plants. Thank for sharing!

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    1. I see....

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Do You Know that Plants can Memorize Information? - Part 2
      -
      Fig 01- The plant with green and red leaves

      Since plants have no brain, their ability to store “expertise” in weeks, even two months is beyond amazing.

      Orchids have ability to trick insects, hence orchid called as a “clever” plant. They produce chemicals similar to female insects pheromones.

      Pheromones is a wind borne chemical. This “aromatic” may affect on other insects behaviors.

      Chemical combinations or concentrations of Pheromones stimulate pollinators to do pollination.

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  9. So interesting.
    I really love the plants.
    Have a nice weekend.

    galerafashion.com

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Do You Know that Plants can Memorize Information? - Part 2
      -
      Fig 02- White flowers, just for illustration

      In addition to Pheromones, many pollinators are attracted by orchid because of nectar and mimic foods.

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  10. Oh yes this Lower Carb Bar sounds pretty nice, I don't like Peanuts that much but I love everything with Caramel <3 :D Perfect for proteins.

    Really interesting post and yes I already know that =) Plants are pretty nice.
    Have a wonderful day / evening =)

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    1. I see....

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Do You Know that Plants can Memorize Information? - Part 2
      -
      Fig 03- An orchid, sold at Walmart

      The number of insects includes:
      - bees
      - wasps
      - flies
      - ants
      - birds
      - moths
      - butterflies

      Do you know or aware a kind of smart plants around you?

      # Previous postings:
      - WHY VACATION MAY IMPROVE HEALTHY HEART? - HEART 6
      - WHY DO AMERICANS LOVE TO VISIT LIBRARY?
      - HOW AUTHORITARIAN, CULT OR ABUSIVE LEADERS CREATED THEIR FERVENT SUPPORTERS?
      - DID FEAR MAKE SOME PEOPLE BE LATE PERSONS

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  11. Olá.
    Eu amo ver a variedade das plantas que temos na natureza.
    Amo ver essa diversidade e imaginar quantas não conhecemos ainda.




    Esse mês de abril estou participando pela primeira vez do BEDA, se quiser acompanhar terá posts todos os dias no mês de abril. E ficarei muito feliz.
    Beijos.

    http://www.parafraseandocomvanessa.com.br/?m=1

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      Do You Know that Plants can Memorize Information? - Part 2
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      You may read previous posting (Part 1):
      - DO YOU KNOW THAT PLANTS CAN MEMORIZE INFORMATION? - PART 1

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