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It's always been believed flowers use colors, shapes, and scents to communicate with insects, especially bees. But an article published this week in the journal Science, shows researchers believe electrical charges also play a key role in the pollination process.
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Study: Bees and flowers communicate using electric signals
It's always been believed flowers use colors, shapes, and scents to communicate with insects, especially bees. But an article published this week in the journal Science, shows researchers believe electrical charges also play a key role in the pollination process.
Date: 2/22/13
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