What a plant knows is a rare inside look at what life is really like for the grass we walk on the flowers we sniff and the trees we climb it is a true field guide to the senses for science buffs and green thumbs and for anyone who seeks a greater understanding of our place in nature. What a plant knows is a very brief survey of research into plant senses and awareness a bare 120 pages divided into sections on sight hearing smell touch proprioception and memory a fascinating subject to be sure but too shallowly and sketchily treated. Its daniel chamovitzs what a plant knows a field guide to the senses chicago tribune the readerwill find enough absorbing science to concede that plants continue to inspire and amaze us. What a plant knows npr coverage of what a plant knows a field guide to the senses by daniel chamovitz news author interviews critics picks and more. What a plant knows a field guide to the senses user review kirkus the science behind how a plant senses and adapts to its environmentdirector of the manna center for plant biosciences at tel aviv university chamovitz realized early in life that the genetic
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