Be Very Quiet. The Cannabis Plants Can Hear You.

Thus, we can infer from the evidence that plants respond to vibrations generated by herbivores in an ecological and selectively meaningful way. If this is true than a vibration signaling pathway complements the other identified signaling pathways that depend on electrical, phloem-borne, or volatile signals. Additionally, the study suggests that vibration may signify a mechanism involving long-distance signaling in insect-plant interactions that contribute to the systematic production of chemicals for defense.

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