Electronic signalling in plants - non...

Electronic signalling in plants - non - invasive measurement methods ?

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#1 Sep 22, 2012
Hi all,
apart from patch clamps and measuring the potential difference between he vacuole of a cell and outside the cell wall - is there a way of measuring potential difference sin plants in response to external stimuli ? Preferable non invasive or something that wont damage/kill cells,

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