The first time, researchers have created analogue and electronic circuits inside living plants, using the vascular system of living roses to build – or rather ‘grow’ – the central components of electronic circuits.
Scientists at Linköping University in Sweden blended various electrical parts inside the roses, including wires, Digital logic, and even display based components, on account of an uncommon polymer that is fit for acting like a wire while as yet transporting natural material, for example, water and supplements through the rose’s stem.
Upto now not there any published regarded about electronic plants. Linkoping’s Professor Magnus Berggren said that “no one’s done this before”, he led the research,which has been published in Science Advances. We can place sensors in plants and use the energy formed in the chlorophyll, produce green antennas, or produce new materials. Everything occurs naturally, and we use the plants’ own very advanced, unique systems.” that is called ‘power plants’.