Plant Bioelectronics and Biohybrids: The Growing Contribution of Organic Electronic and Carbon-Based Materials. Dufil, G., Bernacka-Wojcik, I., Armada-Moreira, A., & Stavrinidou, E. Chemical Reviews, December, 2021.
Plant Bioelectronics and Biohybrids: The Growing Contribution of Organic Electronic and Carbon-Based Materials [link]Paper  doi  abstract   bibtex   
Life in our planet is highly dependent on plants as they are the primary source of food, regulators of the atmosphere, and providers of a variety of materials. In this work, we review the progress on bioelectronic devices for plants and biohybrid systems based on plants, therefore discussing advancements that view plants either from a biological or a technological perspective, respectively. We give an overview on wearable and implantable bioelectronic devices for monitoring and modulating plant physiology that can be used as tools in basic plant science or find application in agriculture. Furthermore, we discuss plant-wearable devices for monitoring a plant’s microenvironment that will enable optimization of growth conditions. The review then covers plant biohybrid systems where plants are an integral part of devices or are converted to devices upon functionalization with smart materials, including self-organized electronics, plant nanobionics, and energy applications. The review focuses on advancements based on organic electronic and carbon-based materials and discusses opportunities, challenges, as well as future steps.
@article{dufil_plant_2021,
	title = {Plant {Bioelectronics} and {Biohybrids}: {The} {Growing} {Contribution} of {Organic} {Electronic} and {Carbon}-{Based} {Materials}},
	issn = {0009-2665},
	shorttitle = {Plant {Bioelectronics} and {Biohybrids}},
	url = {https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.chemrev.1c00525},
	doi = {10/gnx7vd},
	abstract = {Life in our planet is highly dependent on plants as they are the primary source of food, regulators of the atmosphere, and providers of a variety of materials. In this work, we review the progress on bioelectronic devices for plants and biohybrid systems based on plants, therefore discussing advancements that view plants either from a biological or a technological perspective, respectively. We give an overview on wearable and implantable bioelectronic devices for monitoring and modulating plant physiology that can be used as tools in basic plant science or find application in agriculture. Furthermore, we discuss plant-wearable devices for monitoring a plant’s microenvironment that will enable optimization of growth conditions. The review then covers plant biohybrid systems where plants are an integral part of devices or are converted to devices upon functionalization with smart materials, including self-organized electronics, plant nanobionics, and energy applications. The review focuses on advancements based on organic electronic and carbon-based materials and discusses opportunities, challenges, as well as future steps.},
	urldate = {2021-12-29},
	journal = {Chemical Reviews},
	author = {Dufil, Gwennaël and Bernacka-Wojcik, Iwona and Armada-Moreira, Adam and Stavrinidou, Eleni},
	month = dec,
	year = {2021},
}

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