Towards plant wires

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Adamatzky, Andrew;
(2014)
  • Subject: Computer Science - Emerging Technologies | Physics - Biological Physics
    acm: Hardware_INTEGRATEDCIRCUITS

In experimental laboratory studies we evaluate a possibility of making electrical wires from living plants. In scoping experiments we use lettuce seedlings as a prototype model of a plant wire. We approximate an electrical potential transfer function by applying direct ... View more
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