Subject: What does belladonna do in the plant that makes it?
Date: Sat Jun 10 13:30:58 2000
Posted by Joanne
Grade level: undergrad
School: No school entered.
City: Orlando State/Province: FL
Area of science: Botany
I understand that belladonna comes from a plant, and is used to dilate the
pupil of the eye so doctors can better look into the eye. However, since
plants don't have eyes, why would they need such a molecule?
Thanks, I'm just curious to know.
Re: What does belladonna do in the plant that makes it?
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