How do plants protect themselves from being eaten by animals? Give examples.

1) means of passive protection: stinging hairs (nettles), thorns or thorns (blackberries, thorns);
2) chemical protection agents that make plants inedible or slightly edible, for example, milky juice (celandine), resin (conifers); also, some plants release phytoncides into the environment – volatile biologically active substances that protect plants from pathogens and fungi (garlic, onions, mustard, etc.).

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