Les plantes "parlent" - Koff avait raison... le cri de la carotte vivisectionnée !?!? ;)
J'ai aussi lu dans un autre article, mais que j'ai perdu, si je le retrouve je le reposerai: certains insectes peuvent les entendre.
Update: en fait c'est écrit dans la Source:
The plant emissions that we report, in the ultrasonic range of ∼20-100 kHz, could be detected from a distance of 3-5m (see Methods), by many mammals and insects (when taking their hearing sensitivity into account, e.g., mice  and moths ). Moreover, we succeeded in differentiating between sounds emitted under two different stress conditions – dry and cut – with accuracy of ∼70% using supervised machine learning methods (Fig. 2). Finally, we were able to filter plant sounds effectively from greenhouse noises (accuracy of ∼99.7%, Fig. 3b, c) and distinguish drought-stressed and control plants in a greenhouse, based only on the sounds they emit (accuracy of ∼84%, Fig. 3d, e).
La question philosophico-outrageusement-con: mais que vont manger les vegans ? ;)
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