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Flowers Respond to Pollinator Sound Within Minutes by Increasing Nectar Sugar Concentration

from From Ecology Letters

From July 18: Can plants sense natural airborne sounds and respond to them rapidly? Research shows that Oenothera drummondii flowers, exposed to playback sound of a flying bee or to synthetic sound signals at similar frequencies, produce sweeter nectar within 3 minutes, potentially increasing the chances of cross-pollination. more

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