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Plants Respond to GSM-Like Radiations.

Published in: Plant Signal Behav 2007; 2 (6): 522-524

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  • Beaubois E et al. (2007): Intercellular communication in plants: evidence for two rapidly transmitted systemic signals generated in response to electromagnetic field stimulation in tomato.

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