Here authors suggest that the electrome, which involves constant spontaneous emission of low voltage potentials, is an early marker and a unifying factor of whole plant reactivity to changing environments.
Two interesting articles that may be related to this one are:
The bee, the flower, and the electric field: electric ecology and aerial electroreception - Where among other facts the possible use of flower endogenous electric field by bees is proposed (see fig. 4 where flower detectable field is exposed by dusting with positively charged coloured powder).
The secret electromagnetic life of plants - Is not a peer-reviewed paper, it is only an essay but it describes some very curious historical researches on the topic.
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