How are touch me not seeds dispersed?

How are touch me not seeds dispersed?

The name touch-me-not comes from this plants unique way of seed dispersal. The seed capsule of the jewelweed is elongated, and swollen, and when it is touched it explodes, sending it's seeds up to 4 feet away.

Is Spotted Touch me not poisonous?

There are two related species of native wildflowers known as Touch-me-nots: the Spotted Touch-me-not (Impatiens capensis) and the Pale Touch-me-not (Impatiens pallida). For what reason would a plant be called a touch-me-not? ... The plant is poisonous to people. The plant is poisonous to animals.

Can we eat Touch me not plant?

All you need to do is make a paste from the leaves of this plant and consume the paste with honey for treating stomach ache and the problem of intestinal worms.

Do zombies excrete?

Your answer, then, is yes. Zombies poop. The probably also pee. ... This isn't to say that the zombies can't have digestive issues that would prevent them from pooping, and I'd get more into zombie gastrointestinal pathology, but that's next year's course and I really don't want to speculate on zombie constipation.

Do zombies feel pain?

Zombies do not feel pain, nor do they respond to threats or demonstrations to incite fear and crowd dispersion. They just simply want to consume and spread and should be feared by the human race.

Why do zombies not eat each other?

Zombies know not to eat each other because they only eat living human flesh. Once infected and full zombification has taken place, the zombie is no longer alive, so its flesh is not palatable to other zombies.

Do Walking Dead zombies starve?

A: No, a walker would not starve to death, but the corpse would continue to rot so over months it would probably rot and fall apart.

Does Daryl die in The Walking Dead?


What is the walking dead virus called?

The Walking Dead zombie virus does not have a name like the Cordyceps Brain Infection in The Last of Us. In fact, it might not even be a virus at all. No less scientific a mind as Edwin Jenner leaves the door open for a supernatural explanation and so too should we. And that brings us back to the space spore of it all.

Do zombies live forever?

"Unlike most popular monsters, zombies are inherently biological in nature," said Mat Mogk, founder of the Zombie Research Society. "They don't fly or live forever, so you can apply real-world biological models to them."30-Jul-2013

What is Zombie afraid of?

Kinemortophobia, or the fear of zombies,1 is surprisingly common.

What are the signs of a zombie apocalypse?

Pain, tingling, or itching at the site of the bite wound or other site of viral entry. Stiff muscles. Increased production of thick saliva. Flu-like symptoms, such as headache, fever, fatigue, nausea.

Who was the first zombie?

Night was the first of six films in Romero's Living Dead series. Its first sequel, Dawn of the Dead, was released in 1978....George A. Romero and the modern zombie film (1968–1985)
First appearanceNight of the Living Dead (1968)
Created byGeorge Romero
In-universe information
Alias"Romero zombie"