A proposal to explain how the circatidal rhythm of the Arabidopsis thaliana root elongation rate could be mediated by the lunisolar gravitational force a quantum physical approach

This research proposes that plants sensitivity to local gravimetric tide is a collateral effect to the existence of water coherent domains.

" The derived physical model of gravitationally modulated water assemblies is capable of accounting for the experimentally observed arabidopsis root growth kinetics under free-running conditions. The close analogy between the derived time-dependent lunisolar effect upon coherent molecular states of water within single cells and the coherent assemblies of electrons that characterize the quantum Hall effect is emphasized."

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