NewsCarbon nanotubes embedded in leaves detect chemical signals
that are produced when a plant is damaged

15th April 2020by admin0
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MIT engineers have developed a way to closely track
how plants respond to stresses such as injury, infection, and light
damage, using sensors made of carbon nanotubes. These sensors can
be embedded in plant leaves, where they report on hydrogen peroxide
signaling waves.

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