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    About This Project

    Ronin Institute

    Long-distance electrical signals in plants are a key aspect of their physiology, but still remain a frontier in Biology. To understand this phenomenon, we need to make comparative studies that require data from several plant species. This project will contribute to understanding the diversity of long-distance electrical signalling in plants, while providing valuable information about the physiology of ferns.

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