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thelonewood thelonewood 26-30 11 Answers Dec 12, 2012 in Community

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I have never seen anyone slap a plant, and then notice that the plant doubles up in pain!



Pain requires a nervous system, of which plants have none.

Pain requires a brain that will perceive an injury as pain -- so as to immobilize the injured part or organ. Plants have no such brain.



The closest thing to pain (but still NOT perception of pain) that a living plant has is that each living cell has a difference of electrical charge between different parts of the same living cell. It is between differences in electrical charge that living cells "communicate" between each other is by means of "feedback".



But to repeat, plants do NOT feel pain.





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No... they have "peelings"

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I know that some women like the feeling of vegetables.....but that is not what you're asking is it? Just kidding I don't think so.

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Like emotions? IDK,but I watched a science show where a polygraph machine was tried on a houseplant. The reading spiked just before one of them cut a leaf,so evidently they do anticipate and feel pain.

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maybe some of them

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