¿Qué sienten las plantas?

Estudios Planeteando
¿Qué sienten las plantas?


  • Evolution of mechanisms and behavior important for pain.
  • The Quest for Cognition in Plant Neurobiology.
  • Plant neurobiology: no brain, no gain?
  • Plant neurobiology: from sensory biology, via plant communication, to social plant behavior.
  • Plants respond to leaf vibrations caused by insect herbivore chewing.
  • Plants are ‘in touch’ with the world around them.
  • Transcriptional regulators involved in responses to volatile organic compounds in plants.
  • Programmable Ligand Detection System in Plants through a Synthetic Signal Transduction Pathway.
  • The Venus Flytrap Dionaea muscipula Counts Prey-Induced Action Potentials to Induce Sodium Uptake.
  • Plants emit informative airborne sounds under stress.
  • Do plants feel pain? Don’t Waste Your Emotions on Plants, They Have No Feelings, Grumpy Scientists Say.
  • Plants communicate distress using their own kind of nervous system Glutamate triggers long-distance, calcium-based plant defense signaling

Guión: Mariana González

Música: Miguel Solís, Mary Camarena y Jorge Verdín

Edición: Erick Blackmer