The answer to this question is not what plants do, but what they do when they are stressed.
This article will tell you what a plant does and how it responds to stress.
The plant is a little bit like a person.
If it gets stressed, it releases chemicals that are very toxic and can damage your organs.
So you need to take the plant off its stress to keep it healthy.
The plant will do the same thing when it gets dry.
So if it gets too dry, it will release chemicals which will kill it.
The plants body is made of a large group of cells called leaves.
These cells divide and form a leaf structure called a cell.
They also have a bunch of other cells called pistils.
These pistils have a group of leaves, which are called leaves pericarp, which is like a flower.
The leaves perichlorate when they get wet.
They are very tough, so they can resist heat, and if they get stressed they release chemicals that cause a kind of shock to the plant.
These chemicals cause a plant to release chemicals to control the growth of a leaf.
So the plant releases a lot of the chemicals that will kill the plant if it is stressed.
It takes a long time for a plant cell to divide.
It takes several days for the plant to grow from a leaf to a cell, but it takes a few hours for the cell to grow into a leaf stem.
So a plant can have hundreds of individual cells in it.
This process takes several hours, and then the cells divide again.
This time, they release a lot more chemicals to make the cell more durable and to make it grow even faster.
This process takes about an hour, and by the time it is complete, the cell has doubled in size.
So what happens when a plant gets stressed?
It releases chemicals to get rid of the stress.
Some of the toxins that it releases can damage the cells of the plant, and can kill it, so it needs to get off of the soil.
The water that comes up from the soil is called rainfall.
The water that goes down through the soil through evaporation, also called rain, is called rainwater.
Rainwater is collected from the top of the leaves and from the bottom of the leaf.
This water gets deposited on the bottom leaves of the plants roots.
This rainwater is called a leaflet.
When a leaf has grown and grown, it is called flowering.
So when a leaf gets stressed it releases more water that is collected in the leaflet, which then gets carried down the leaves, and it goes to the soil, where it gets collected and deposited in the soil below the soil surface.
Then the soil gets full of rainwater, and that rainwater gets carried up through the roots and into the soil at the bottom.
And the rainwater that is carried up from below through evapo-deposits in the roots of the roots, which eventually collects in the root zone and starts to form a tree.
When the leaf grows, the roots that make up the tree branch, which form the trunk, get smaller, and the root tips become smaller.
And then the branches that form the leaves branch on to the tree.
So this tree trunk becomes the trunk.
And the roots go through the tree into the roots.
And it is through the root system that the leaves are growing.
So how do the leaves grow in a plant?
When a plant has a leaf, the plant starts with a bunch a of leaves that are called axils.
The axils are just the stem, branches, and leaves that make the leaf structure.
And each axil has a bunch more axils that are attached to it.
This means the axils have lots of branches, each with lots of axils attached to each branch.
These axils then make a bunch or trunk, which goes through the leaf, to the bottom, and into a cell at the base of the tree trunk.
And in this cell, the axil grows, and this is where the leaf cells are located.
The leaves of a plant are very long.
The length of a leaves branch is about 2.5 metres.
So in order to grow a plant, it takes about 12 hours for a leaf cell to double in size, and 12 hours to double its size in the stem.
This is called the process of root elongation.
It goes through this process a couple of times, and each time, it makes the cell smaller.
So by the fourth time, the cells are about double their size, the leaf is about double its length, and they are almost ready to plant.
So now you know the basic theory behind plants.
So what do plants do?
Plants are very good at releasing chemicals that affect the growth and the development of a part of the body, the body.
This happens when the body is stressed and stressed in the wrong way.
This causes the cells to grow abnormally.
So a plant release chemicals when it is under stress