You will really think twice before cutting any plant after seeing this video because you are going to see something that your eyes were not able to see for all these years.
Studies have shown that plants bend to the light as if hungry for the sun’s rays, which is exactly what they are. Photosynthesis uses light energy to turn carbon dioxide and water into sugar, so plants need to detect light sources to get food. We now know they do this using phototropism – light receptors in the membranes of cells in the plant’s tip. Phototropism is sensitive to blue light. This video has been captured with a view to show the humans about the slow movement of plants.