Israeli scientists find flowers can hear insects

 

An Israeli research found that the night-primrose flowers, exposed to the sounds of bees and moths wings, distribute the flower pollen and raise the concentration of sugar in their nectar in only three minutes.

Hebrew-language newspaper Haaretz reported on Sunday that the researchers say the discovery may have an impact on understanding the evolution of flowers and insects.

Recent studies have shown how plants respond to light (sense of sight), mechanical stimulation (sense of touch) and chemicals that evaporate in the air (sense of smell).

 

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