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Plants can feel when they are in danger

Connecting plants to a machine that can turn their vibrations into music

Connecting plants to a machine that can turn their vibrations into music

Plants can feel when we approach them or when they are ready to be eaten

If a recent study shows that plants feel the vibration of the music and even positively respond to it, this studiy shows us that the plants feel when we get close to them or when we put them at risk.

This demonstrates that everything on our planet is alive.

It has been shown that the same electrical impulses as those in the human body are present in the vegetal structure.

The study was made on the Arabidopsis plant

Researchers recorded the vibrations caused by caterpillars when biting from the leaves of the plant, fact already know that the plant can feel this. Then they artificially created the same vibrations and noticed that the plant could perceive them, secreting some yellow oils that keep the caterpillars away.

Previous research has investigated how plants respond to acoustic stimulus, such as music. Our study is the first to illustrate how plants respond when they feel the danger from the outside. We have discovered that plants feel when they are eaten and they are producing oils to keep ‘enemies’ at  distance “said Heidi Appel, one of the scientists.

It is possible for all plants to have these qualities, although this has not yet been studied.

Connecting plants to a machine that can turn their vibrations into music.

Connecting plants to a machine that can turn their vibrations into music.

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