Good vibrations give plants excitations

Coghlan, Andy
May 1994
New Scientist;5/28/94, Vol. 142 Issue 1927, p10
Reports on French physicist and musician Joel Sternheimer's assertion that music help plants grow. Claim that playing appropriate tune stimulates plant's synthesis of its protein; Sternheimer's application for an international patent covering his method of music making; Includes melodies for cytochrome oxidase and cytochrome C proteins involved in respiration.


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