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Memory-beta

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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Plants are a group of non-sentient organisms that also include trees, flowers and many other varieties seen across the galaxy. On many Class M planets, including Earth, plants contain chlorophyll which gives the plants stems and leaves a green color.

The study of plants is referred to as botany, and botanists have discovered differing varieties of plants (or parts of plants) that are edible, inedible, or poisonous. Among the edible parts of plants are herbs, vegetables, fruits, and seeds.

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Connections


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Dofus Wiki

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EQ2

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Class Guardian Guardian Spell Icon HO Wheel Icon
Level 32
Category (Target) Debuff (Self)
 Casting Time  1.0 seconds
 Recast time  1 min
 Cost  45 power 
 Duration  5.0 seconds
 Effect Radius  5.0 meters      Max Targets: 8
Guardian: Entrench Spell Line
Level Spell Name
32 Entrench
46 Anchor
60 Plant
73 Immobility

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Roots the guardian in place and slows the guardian's attack speed and combat attack damage. All enemies near the guardian are also rooted with attack penalties. Any affected enemies that are attacked have a chance to break this effect.

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Roots caster
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Decreases Attack Speed of caster by 13.2 N/A
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Decreases Damage Per Second of caster by 13.2 N/A
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Decreases Attack Speed of targets in Area of Effect by 15.8 N/A
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Decreases Damage Per Second of targets in Area of Effect by 15.8 N/A

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Plants are a type of species in both Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2, and are, as the species says, plant-like in appearance. All monsters of this species uses the signature attacks Seed Cannon and Seed Burst, and are typically weak to Fire-elemental attacks as well.


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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From GuildWiki

Plants in Guild Wars refers to a breed of plants that are not exactly rooted in their habitat. They can move and fight!

Like real plants they have reduced armor against slashing damage and fire damage. On top of that, weapon upgrades "of Pruning" (for example an Axe Grip of Pruning) increase the weapon's damage against all kinds of living plants. Nearly all Plants are fleshy creatures, which means that they are vulnerable to bleeding, disease and poison, and leave corpses. The only known non-fleshy plants are Reed Stalkers.

Known Sub-Types

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Region Sub-Species Type Collectable Drop
Prophecies Campaign
Pre-Searing Ascalon Sprout Monk0 Aloe Husk
Monk0 Aloe Seed
Monk0, 3 Large Aloe Seed
Unnatural Seed
Tree Ranger5 Oakheart
Monk5 Oakheart
Ascalon Sprout Monk5 Crown of Thorns Scorched Seed
Tree Ranger10 Singed Oak
Northern Shiverpeaks Sprout Monk7 Juniper Bark Alpine Seed
Kryta Sprout Monk11 Spined Aloe
Monk14 Large Spined Aloe
Abnormal Seed
Stalker Mesmer17 Reed Stalker
Tree Ranger13 Oakheart
Ranger18 Entangling Root
Monk17 Ancient Oakheart
Maguuma Jungle Sprout Monk15 Life Pod Tangled Seed
Stalker Elementalist13 Thorn Stalker Sprout
Elementalist17 Thorn Stalker
Tree Ranger17 Entangling Roots
Ranger19 Jungle Guardian
Ranger19 Redwood Shepherd
Crystal Desert Sprout Monk20 Salving Cactus Spiny Seed
Southern Shiverpeaks Sprout Monk7 Juniper Bark Alpine Seed
Tree Ranger24 Pinesoul
Factions Campaign
Shing Jea Island Dragon Plant Mesmer16 Dragon Lilly Enchanted Vine
Sprout Ranger12 Grasping Root
Pongmei Valley Dragon Plant Warrior23 Undergrowth Dragon Root
Guardian Monk28 Island Guardian Guardian Moss
Echovald Forest Dragon Plant Warrior23 Undergrowth
Elementalist24 Dragon Moss
Dragon Root
Jade Sea Guardian Monk28 Island Guardian Guardian Moss
Urgoz's Warren Dragon Plant Ranger28 Brooding Thorns
Elementalist24 Burning Brush
Assassin28 Thorn Wolf
n/a
Sprout Image:NA-icon-small.png10 Explosive Growth
Guardian Monk28 Uprooted Malice
Monk30 Twisted Bark
Nightfall Campaign
Istan Sentient Plants Mesmer6 Beautiful Iboga
Mesmer1, 6, 10 Fanged Iboga
Iboga Petal, Sentient Root, Sentient Seed
Elementalist1, 6, 10 Stormseed Jacaranda Sentient Seed
Kourna Sentient Plants Mesmer20 Mirage Iboga
Elementalist23 (26) Stormforce Jacaranda
Sentient Spore
Stalkers Paragon20 (26) Murmuring Thornbrush
Vabbi Sentient Plants Mesmer22 (26) Mirage Iboga
Elementalist22 (26) Storm Jacaranda
Dervish22 (26) Enchanted Brambles
Sentient Spore
Stalkers Paragon22 (26) Whistling Thornbrush
Eye of the North Expansion
Depths of Tyria Sprout Monk20 Blooming Nettle
Necromancer20 Nettle Seedling
Sentient Vine
Ritualist20 Cave Aloe
Ritualist20 Corrupted Aloe
Paragon20 Fungal Bloom
Elementalist15 Parasitic Growth
Fungal Root
Image:NA-icon-small.png10 Fungal Spore
Image:NA-icon-small.png15 Nettle Spore
n/a
Sentient Plants Mesmer20 Fanged Ayahuasca
Necromancer20 Cave Ayahuasca
Sentient Vine
Tree Paragon28 Savage Oakheart Sentient Vine
Realms of the Gods (core)
Fissure of Woe Sprout Necromancer28 Seed of Corruption Gloom Seed
Stalker Warrior24 Snarling Driftwood
Elementalist24 Spirit Shepherd
Tree Ranger24 Spirit Wood

Hard mode levels are in brackets.

Image:QuestIconThumb.png For a list of all plants in the game see: Category:Plants.

Notes

  • Although they possess some plantlike traits, testing with the Plant Hunt blessing indicates that Mandragors are not technically plants.

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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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From Lostpedia

The Island is home to a wide variety of plants. They have figured directly into the storyline of Lost on several occasions.

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Trees

Christian Shephard stands near a tree.

Shrubs

Flowers

Eko talks to Yemi in the field of Anthuriums. ("The Cost of Living")

Medicinal plants

  • Sun created a garden. ("Hearts and Minds")
    • Sun created a plant remedy of crushed eucalyptus leaves to help Shannon overcome an asthma attack. ("Confidence Man")
    • A notable plant in Sun's garden is the Aloe vera. Sun used aloe plants like toothpaste ("Walkabout") and to treat rashes. ("Solitary") Eko treated cuts with aloe leaves ("...And Found") and Jack applied them on Juliet's mark. Aloe vera, also known as the medicinal aloe, is a species of succulent plant that probably originated in Northern Africa. Aloe vera grows in arid climates and is widely distributed in Africa and other arid areas. The species is frequently cited as being used in herbal medicine. There have been many scientific studies of the use aloe vera, some of it conflicting. Despite these limitations, there is some preliminary evidence that Aloe vera extracts may be useful in the treatment of diabetes and elevated blood lipids in humans. These positive effects are thought to be due to the presence of compounds such as polysaccharides, mannans, anthraquinones and lectins. Also cures falling hair and wounds.("Stranger in a Strange Land")
  • Locke's drug that he used to send Boone into a hallucinogenic state was derived from plants. ("Hearts and Minds")

Vegetables

  • In 1977, Juliet prepared a meal using carrots, peppers, cucumbers, eggplants, mushrooms, tomatoes, and lettuce. ("LaFleur")

Building material

Weaponry

See also


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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

A Plant can be built in the small plant 1 hotspot of the Garden in a player-owned house. It requires 1 Construction, a bagged plant, and a watering can to plant. When planted, it earns the player 31 experience for both Construction and Farming.

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ST Expanded

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The Star Trek Expanded Universe Database is for fanon and related content. See Memory-Alpha.org for the canon Star Trek wiki.

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Plants were a major group of life forms, found on countless worlds across the galaxy. In some worlds, such as Felucia, plants were the dominant life form. Trees were a form of plants. Sentient plants were not very common in the galaxy, with species like the Neti, the Ergesh, the Orgon, the Pliith and the Revwien being rare examples of plants to have developed sentience.

Appearances

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Sources

  • Galaxy Guide 2: Yavin and Bespin, First Edition
  • Galaxy Guide 2: Yavin and Bespin, Second Edition

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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

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YCM

Up to date as of February 06, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh Card Maker Wiki

Plants were until Phantom of Darkness, a very unsupported type. The general strategy for Plant-Type monsters is to swarm the field using cards like Gigaplant's, Lonefire Blossom's and Lord Poison's. They can go hand-in-hand with Insect-Types as well with cards like Arcane Archer of the Forest and Prickle Fairy. The most usual Attribute associated with Plants is Earth but another Attribute getting increasingly assosiated with Plants is Fire.

Some of the more commonly used Plant-Type monsters include "Mystic Tomato", "Homunculus the Alchemic Being", "Dandylion", "Neo-Spacian Glow Moss", "Lonefire Blossom", "Gigaplant", "Lord Poison" and "Rigorous Reaver".

Support Cards
* Arcane Archer of the Forest
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