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Plants can hear animals using their flowers
by Ed Yong
The Atlantic Translate This Article
10 January 2019
On 10 January 2019 The Atlantic reported:
According to a blossoming batch of studies, it's not that plants have no acoustic lives. It's more that, until now, we've been blissfully unaware of them. The latest experiments in this niche but increasingly vocal field come from Lilach Hadany and Yossi Yovel at Tel Aviv University. In one set, they showed that some plants can hear the sounds of animal pollinators and react by rapidly sweetening their nectar. In a second set, they found that other plants make high-pitched noises that lie beyond the scope of human hearing but can nonetheless be detected some distance away.
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