2021
DOI: 10.1002/advs.202003642 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: The boom of plant phenotype highlights the need to measure the physiological characteristics of an individual plant. However, continuous real-time monitoring of a plant's internal physiological status remains challenging using traditional silicon-based sensor technology, due to the fundamental mismatch between rigid sensors and soft and curved plant surfaces. Here, the first flexible electronic sensing device is reported that can harmlessly cohabitate with the plant and continuously monitor its stem sap flow, … Show more

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“…Under certain application conditions, light transmission and electromagnetic shielding characteristics are required. In recent researches, PI [ 66 ] and polydimethylsiloxane [ 28 ] have become the most common choices of plant wearable packaging materials because of their transparency and durability. Overall, flexible materials used for plant wearables should fulfill requirements in biocompatibility and flexibility due to the vulnerability of plants.…”
Section: Characteristics Of the Flexible Sensing Devicementioning
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“…Under certain application conditions, light transmission and electromagnetic shielding characteristics are required. In recent researches, PI [ 66 ] and polydimethylsiloxane [ 28 ] have become the most common choices of plant wearable packaging materials because of their transparency and durability. Overall, flexible materials used for plant wearables should fulfill requirements in biocompatibility and flexibility due to the vulnerability of plants.…”
Section: Characteristics Of the Flexible Sensing Devicementioning
“…Flexible substrate preparation techniques include spin coating, sputtering deposition, evaporative deposition, chemical vapor deposition (CVD), and sol‐gel method. Among them, spin coating is the most commonly used method to prepare the thin and flexible substrate of plant wearable [ 48,63,66 ] due to its simple operation. It includes low‐speed glue dropping (static glue dropping) and high‐speed glue homogenization.…”
Section: Characteristics Of the Flexible Sensing Devicementioning
“…A flexible electronic sensing device was developed to continuously monitor water transportation, sap flow and nutrient distribution. The application of this nanosensor to watermelon revealed a day/night shift in water distribution between fruits and leaves [ 114 ]. Before this nanosensor was reported, wearable nanosnesors made of vapor-printed polymer electrodes reliably detected deep tissue damage induced by dehydration and ultraviolet A radiation [ 115 ].…”
Section: Nanosensors Used To Monitor Living Plantsmentioning
“…To accomplish these goals, the agriculture sector is experiencing a revolution called Smart Farming, where novel sensors are combined with image processing, big data, and cloud computing to measure the plants’ growth and environmental parameters such as T, RH, solar radiation, and mineral nutrition [ 12 , 13 , 14 ].…”
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“…In contrast to conventional methods, recently, novel techniques like wearables and skin-mountable devices developed for human beings have been extended to plants [ 14 , 23 ]. In particular, thanks to the advance of flexible electronics, small, stretchable, and miniaturized sensors have been developed to be directly attached to the plants or printed on their leaves for monitoring the plant’s health and microclimate changes [ 14 , 24 , 25 , 26 , 27 , 28 , 29 ].…”
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