Plants, like people, are able to think. Plants have been performing this skill since the dawn of time. They can grasp concepts such as space, color, movement, and orientation. Plants are capable of complex decision-making, which is evident in how animals make decisions in their daily lives. They can reason with other animals as to which way is the best path to take.
The way a plant decides to grow or reproduce can be compared to the way humans make decisions. Plants have been able to solve the dilemma of growth in relation to the availability of food. Plants can survive by secreting chlorophyll and water in order to survive. When there is enough food, the plant will not grow too much because it would need to consume what is available. However, if there is a scarcity of food, the plants’ ability to grow weakens.
A plant’s life span is based on the decisions it makes during the course of its development. A plant’s ability to reproduce is based on the process of pollination. When a plant needs to reproduce, it will either put out leaves or put out stalks in order to attract bees or other insects to its place of origin. The timing for reproduction is also determined by the direction it needs to travel. A plant that needs to travel eastward will have a different flowering time than a plant that needs to travel southward.
Plants are capable of making decisions about where to route as well as the kind of roots they should form. When plants develop roots they determine what part of the soil they will grow in. Some plants grow on the ground, while others grow on trees. The type of root they form determines how their plant grows.
Plants have been classified into three main categories based on their decision-making ability. These categories are land plants, air plants, and water plants. All plants in each of these categories make decisions that affect the environment they live in. Plants that are classed as air plants only decide what happens in the air while land plants must decide what happens in the soil in which they grow.
Each class has subcategories as well. One subcategory is for plants that live in water. Plants such as water hyacinths and cattails are only attracted to water so they make their decisions about where to route based on this fact. On the other hand, some land plants have root systems that go underground. Plants such as the pea flower and the hosta only live below the surface of the ground so they make their decision based on what they see around them.
Plants have been classified into three primary classes based on their food structure. The primary class is for those that contain a single nerve cell while all other plants are considered to be multicellular. Multicellular plants include all plants with a series of cells or neurons in their cell wall. A cell wall is a stiff outer membrane that surrounds each cell.
The second class is for plants that have both nerve cells and cell walls. These plants have no way to sense what is going on around them and they, therefore, make all of their decisions on an instinctive level. Humans are not considered to be classed as multicellular because we do not have a cell wall, which means that we can sense our surrounding environment.
The third category of plants is classified as social plants. Eusocial means living in groups. Most living things are eusocial, including bacteria, algae, protozoa, and even yeast. The cells of social plants live together in tightly woven networks. In humans, the nervous system is part of this network but the actual process by which the brain decides on a course of action is not the same.
In order to understand how plants are able to make complex decisions, it is important to understand how their foodstuffs are structured. Plants categorize plant parts based on their chemical structure. A green leaf is made up of a series of cells that are held together by a flexible protein coat. The cell walls of these cells are constructed in a similar fashion. This is the basic way that plants decide what to do.
Plants have to be very careful about what they plant choose to eat. If the wrong foodstuffs are chosen then the plant can die very quickly. Plants must therefore be selective about what they put inside their mouths. This is why plant foods are so diverse and why so many plants are able to grow in such a complex manner. Plants have to choose between foodstuffs based on the shape and texture of the various foodstuffs. If they choose badly then they could die very quickly.