Plants lack the
ability to hear the sound as humans and most animals do. Plants are
relatively simple organisms that use the light energy to conduct a
photochemical reaction involving water and carbon dioxide. This
chemical reaction known as photosynthesis produces a variety of simple
and compound sugars such as starch and cellulose that form the
body of the plant.
Plants also lack the ability to
comprehend, analyze and think because they don't have a brain.
Although plants cannot hear and
understand music, many (mostly students in different grades) have
studied the effects of music on plants. To go one step further, some
people talk to their plants and believe that talking will promote growth
and health in plants.
Is it possible that sound and music
have any affects on plants?