Plant science, often known as botany, is the study of organisms belonging to the kingdom Plantae, or plants. Botany is derived from the term botanic, which is derived from the Ancient Greek term botane, which meant "plants, grasses, and pastures."
Plants have long been a source of widespread and, at times, dominating artistic and intellectual fascination. Plants have been major subjects in science since the beginning of the study of biological processes, and they were highly crucial in the nineteenth and early twentieth century. Plant research broadens our intellectual horizons and expands our understanding of other biological processes. Plant system study can also tell us about how to handle issues in agriculture, health, and the environment.