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plant electrophysiology

What the augmented plant thinks about its domestication

July 17, 2015 |

Well, nothing really. The fact that plants lack a brain means that they are unable to take part in such a dialogue. If they did, they would undoubtedly want to have control over external factors like animals do. Probably they … Read More

The Augmentation of Plants

May 20, 2015 |

Plants intuitively collect information about their surroundings. Much like humans, animals and machines, they have electrical signals travelling¬†inside them, but no nerves. Still, they naturally react to changes in luminous intensity, osmotic pressure,¬†temperature, cutting, mechanical stimulation, water availability and wounding;¬†but … Read More