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The Secrets of the Social Life of Plants

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Plants Send SOS When Caterpillars Bite. Jan Suszkiw - USDA. http://goo.gl/SGrgpU

Plant's "Call for Help" Brings Enemies, Too. NatGeo NewsWatch. http://goo.gl/RILrGk

Parasitic wasps keep cabbage-munching moths at bay . BirdGuide. http://goo.gl/0sBQzV

Video of dodder vine moving towards host. PBS. http://goo.gl/ZugkBo

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