In search of "strange" plant

Yip Kok Lok koklok at krdl.org.sg
Thu Oct 15 01:05:42 EST 1998


Perhaps a Mimosa or a  Venus Flytrap would react since they are sensitive
to touch.

In article <703p2l$7je$1 at nuhou.aloha.net>, "Derek H." <derekh at aloha.net> wrote:

>I am searching for any type of plant that is sensitive to sound waves. I am
>doing science experiments to demonstrate sound vibrations.
>
>I don't know if such a plant exists...I am hoping it does.
>
>The ideal plant would be one that would pick up sensitive sounds (much like
>a microphone), and vibrate the sounds with a delayed reaction.
>
>Any and all help/comments are greatly appreciated.
>
>Thanks
>Derek H.
>derekh at aloha.net



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