Turn up the music! My plants can't hear it! Okay, there goes a cheap attempt at humor In all seriousness, I was always told as a child that plants respond to music. I have since heard many variations on the theme but basically the ideas is that plants, when exposed to music, respond with increased growth.
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The Sound of Music and Plants
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The Sound of Music and Plants by Dorothy Retallack
This course intends to present an intriguing and scientifically valid look at how plants themselves experience the world—from the colors they see to the sensations they feel. Highlighting the latest research in genetics and more, we will delve into the inner lives of plants and draw parallels with the human senses to reveal that we have much more in common with sunflowers and oak trees than we may realize. This highly interdisciplinary course meshes historical studies with cutting edge modern research and will be relevant to all humans who seek their place in nature. This class has three main goals: 1. To introduce you to basic plant biology by exploring plant senses sight, smell, hearing, touch, taste, balance. To introduce you to biological research and the scientific method. To get the student to question life in general and what defines us as humans.