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Do plants have magnetic fields?

from UC Berkeley

Using some of the most sensitive magnetic detectors available, physicists at the University of California, Berkeley, tried to measure magnetic fields around a titan arum, the world's largest flower. Though the interference from local BART trains and traffic bedeviled the experiment, and their ultimate failure to detect a magnetic field, they did establish that the plant generated no magnetic field greater than one-millionth the strength of the Earth's magnetic field. more


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