IMPACT OF MUSICAL SOUNDS ON ALL LIVING THINGS
Task: to study the effect of music on living organisms.
“Music and plants… The connection between these words seems incredible at first. One of the pioneers of studying the effect of music on plants is the Indian scientist Singh. His students conducted an experiment on onion bulbs. Studies have clearly shown that plants responded positively to the music of wind and water noises, while plants responded to heavy rock by reducing the size of leaves and roots, and reducing their weight.
It is scientifically established that plants are not indifferent to music and respond sensitively to it with the speed of growth and fruiting. People have long noticed this and used it to increase the yield. The Indians of the Caribbean, for example, accompanied the sowing of pumpkin seeds with a male choir, and the sowing of oats was accompanied by female singing. When they planted vegetables, they played pipes and pipes, and when they sang flax.
American florist Locker radioed his greenhouse and regularly broadcast classical music concerts. The “voiced” flowers grew tall and straight, bloomed profusely, the flowers had a juicy color, and lasted longer on pedicels.
Animals also “hear” music, actively reacting to it. Sharks, having heard classical music, gather together from all over the ocean.
The effects of music on organisms belonging to the mushroom Kingdom are also known. When Mozart’s music is played in a bakery, the yeast dough rises 10 times faster.
And rock has a negative effect even on elephants. Cows listening to rock concerts give bitter milk.
Conclusion: Classical music of the past and present time will always be relevant and appreciated by mankind at all times, because it is permeated with positive energy potential and brings joy to the listener. And rock music and ultra-loud sounds are destructive to all living organisms.