Fruit Herbivory Alters Plant Electrome: Evidence for Fruit-Shoot Long-Distance Electrical Signaling in Tomato Plants

TITLE Fruit Herbivory Alters Plant Electrome: Evidence for Fruit-Shoot Long-Distance Electrical Signaling in Tomato Plants ABSTRACT The electrical activity of tomato plants subjected to fruit herbivory was investigated. The study aimed to test the hypothesis that tomato fruits transmit long-distance electrical signals to the shoot when subjected to herbivory. For such, time series classification by…

Detection of Different Hosts From a Distance Alters the Behaviour and Bioelectrical Activity of Cuscuta racemosa

TITLE Detection of Different Hosts From a Distance Alters the Behaviour and Bioelectrical Activity of Cuscuta racemosa ABSTRACT In our study, we investigated some physiological and ecological aspects of the life of Cuscuta racemosa Mart. (Convolvulaceae) plants with the hypothesis that they recognise different hosts at a distance from them, and they change their survival…

Plant electrome: the electrical dimension of plant life

Gabriel R. A. de Toledo, André G. Parise, Francine Z. Simmi, Adrya V. L. Costa, Luiz G. S. Senko, Marc-williams Debono, Gustavo M. Souza Theoretical and Experimental Plant Physiology 2019 vol: 31 (1) pp: 21-46 DOI 10.1007/s40626-019-00145-x ISSN 2197-0025 URLS link.springer.com/10.1007/s40626-019-00145-x