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Annals of Botany
Sound is omnipresent in nature. Recent evidence supports the notion that naturally occurring and artificially generated sound waves induce inter- and intracellular changes in plants. These changes, in turn, lead to diverse physiological changes, such as enhanced biotic and abiotic stress responses, in both crops and model plants.doi:10.1093/aob/mcy134 pmid:30010774 pmcid:PMC6324751 fatcat:vsslbrjgz5d3lkzy66srs6zh7u