I once read a story about Alice's merits. She was a girl with fantasy. He followed the strange Mr.
rabbit into a new world. Strange things always happened. Things can get bigger or smaller, and plants can talk.
She was curious about everything she had gone through. At last, she found out that it was just a dream and an interesting story. All the children liked it because it was full of imagination and interest.
The imitation of plants and the adaptation of plants may be very complicated. Some kinds of orchids, for example, imitate female bees. Other plants look and smell like dead animals, and some are the appearance of stones.
These strange adaptations to life only represent complex means for plants to increase their chances of survival. The imitation of plants or animals is a three part system with a model Animals, plants, or substrates are activated. There is an analog: an organism that mimics a model and has a signal receiver or replica: an animal that cannot effectively distinguish between the model and the mimic may include morphological structure, color patterns, behavior, or other properties of the mimic that promote its similarity.
For a model, the model may be an unrelated species or a An inanimate object, such as an organism that spends most of its time imitating the background, is not a positive strategy, and a single plant flower does not deliberately deceive or trick animals into visiting them. Imitation is produced by natural selection evolution and the occurrence of random gene mutations. These mutations lead to many favorable characteristics of plant generation to appearance.
If such characteristics help to camouflage a plant, for example, it is likely that the plant has a survival advantage over other plants that are not well disguised. The plant will leave more offspring and pass on the advantage to the next generation for nature To imitate, imitation must obtain a reproductive advantage from imitating another organism or object: its fitness is measured by the number of offspring that can survive to the next generation, and must be increased by deception.
There was a strange phone call. A family in Chicago was having a meal. When the phone rang, the maid answered the phone and said, "of course it is." then she hung up the same thing.
Five minutes later, "what's the matter?" she asked her father, "there's a madman," the maid explained, "it's so far from New York.".