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Venus flytrap snaps shut at synthetic neuron’s command

Modulation of Venus flytrap using the artificial neuron, where the flytrap is open and attached to the wires providing current.

An electrical signal can prompt an artificial neuron to close a Venus flytrap. Credit: P. C. Harikesh et al./Nature Commun.

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Nature 603, 11 (2022)

doi: https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-022-00491-y

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  1. Harikesh, P. C. et al. Nature Commun. 13, 901 (2022).

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