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    This is a subject that inspires me. It came from the statement and thought from William L. Robinson, "Humans are closer to plants then animals."

    POSSIBILITIES:

    A.) IMMUNITY

    In findings that some might find reminiscent of science fiction, scientists at the Scripps Research Institute have shown for the first time that humans and plants share a common pathogen recognition pathway as part of their innate immune systems. The data could help shed fresh light on how pathogen recognition proteins function and the role they play in certain chronic inflammatory diseases.

    The study provides new evidence that Nod1, a member of the Nod-like Receptor (NLR) protein family, is activated by the protein SGT1, which also activates Resistance (R) proteins in plants; R proteins protect plants from various pathogens. The study also confirms structural similarities between the Nod1 protein, which plays a pivotal role in the innate immune system’s recognition and response to bacterial infection and members of the R protein family.

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    B. ) COMMUNICATION

    They say plants can communicate with each other by using a range of chemical signals. (Don Burke)


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    EXPERIMENTS:
    from "The Secret Life Of Plants"




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    Categories: Communication, human, Plant
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