Yes actually I do Missy, I mean as a for instance I think there might just be one other plant other than cannabis that actually expresses separate male & female individuals I'd say that's damn near a unique trait if only (possibly) one other does it
I'm pleased you said generally, because all the grow shops seem to stock PK13/14 which was developed for fruiting plants, not cannabis If you want canna specific nutes you need to look to Advanced Nutrients (Canada) & their equivalent is PK09/18 (hammerhead).
I think you may well be forgetting where most of this stuff originated, in fairly mountainous areas near the equator (Ruderalis excepted), where it gets loads of light but the air is cooler It also would have to be used to more UV radiation than just about any plant grown agriculturally on a nice flat field.
So yes I think the stuff is different, however if you'd like to continue thinking it's all very nearly the same I'm afraid we'll just have to agree to differ
Yes, there are variations, but just how different is it to all the other plants that grow in those conditions?
Not very, I'd say.
Does it carry out some special form of photosynthesis which no other plant performs?
Does it have unique carbon dioxide requirements?
How about light intensity and spectrum?
Do you think its cells behave differently when bent or handled, compared to other plants?
It's basic O-Level biology I'm talking about, not specifics and details like micro-nutrients or feeding regimes, or how long the dark period should be.