Plants can not feel pain
Plants can react to stimuli, but they have no central nervous system, so they cannot feel pain.
Studies have been done on plants by reputable sources e.g. The Smithsonian, but they have merely showed plants reacting to sunlight, drugs, and various stimuli.
There are no peer-reviewed studies showing that plants are conscious in any way or that they can feel pain. No credible scientific groups have published papers to this effect.
Unlike almost every animal, plants are not sentient.
Many people say that plants feel pain as an excuse to continue eating animals. However, more plants are killed to satisfy a carnist diet than a vegan diet, so even if it were true that plants can feel pain, the argument still makes no sense.
Plants do not feel pain, and there is no credible scientific evidence to the contrary. Plants lack the sensory organs and nerves to receive painful stimuli, and they lack a central nervous system to perceive pain and react to it. In addition, organisms do not evolve complex responses to stimuli unless there is an evolutionary advantage to them to do so. Because plants are unable to move away from a painful stimulus, there is no evolutionary advantage to them to develop the ability to perceive pain.
plants do not have a nervous system meaning the do not feel pain the way we do nor can they cry. do they feel pain at all? that is a philosophical question which can not be answered by science.
Animals are sentient beings and are known to feel pain. Plants are not.
Vegetarians don't say they don't eat living things. They don't eat things that once felt pain. You are correct in saying animals and plants both are living. However, plants don't have a Central Nervous System to feel pain. Therefor, plants cannot feel the pain caused by their death.
Yes , they feel pain
Plants do not have a brain or a central nervous system, which means they don't feel pain when they are killed. Animals do have a brain and a central nervous system and feel pain when they are killed.
Yes, all mammals feel pain.
No, it is not. If someone gets hurt, they feel physical pain. If someone gets their feelings hurt, they feel emotional pain.
No; although there are many legendes about, they don't feel pain.
They are alive; but they do not a have a nervous system so they do not feel pain.
yes you can feel pain when your feets are numb
If they aren't dead, yes they feel pain.
Yes, ferrets can feel pain in their ears.
No...when you wake back up you feel the pain
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All living things, whether plants, animals, bacteria, etc, will have to respond to stimuli in one way or another, but this is not indicative of pain. The brains of invertebrates are not structured like humans, so they will likely not feel pain like we do. However, it is likely that some invertebrates like the octopus have evolved the ability to feel pain through convergent evolution. There has to be an evolutionary purpose for feeling pain, or else it would be a waste of metabolic energy and the organisms that do not feel pain would outcompete them.
The heart does not necessarily feel pain but someone with a low heart supply could feel pain. I dont know
when you feel pain it hurts. but this is a good thing.what pain really is is weakness leaving the body.you get stronger as you have more pain.
No your brain does not feel pain because there are no pain receptors in the brain but the skin around the skull do have pain receptors
Yes. All mammals including rats feel pain.
As in can't feel pain? Congenital insensitivity to pain.
I think so. I think all animals feel pain
I feel your pain. How did that feel? Can you feel the love?
plants are also living beings,they also feel pain as per as human beings.medical experiments can harm the plants by which plants can be damaged or dead.if plants will be dying like this nour life would not exist because we are totally dependent on plants
Autistic children DO feel pain.