Metamaterial architecture from a self-shaping carnivorous plant

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Metamaterial architecture from a self-shaping carnivorous plant. / La Porta, Caterina A.M.; Lionetti, Maria Chiara; Bonfanti, Silvia; Milan, Simone; Ferrario, Cinzia; Rayneau-Kirkhope, Daniel; Beretta, Mario; Hanifpour, Maryam; Fascio, Umberto; Ascagni, Miriam; De Paola, Larissa; Budrikis, Zoe; Schiavoni, Mario; Falletta, Ermelinda; Caselli, Alessandro; Chepizhko, Oleksandr; Tuissi, Ausonio; Vailati, Alberto; Zapperi, Stefano.

julkaisussa: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Vuosikerta 116, Nro 38, 17.09.2019, s. 18777-18782.

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Harvard

La Porta, CAM, Lionetti, MC, Bonfanti, S, Milan, S, Ferrario, C, Rayneau-Kirkhope, D, Beretta, M, Hanifpour, M, Fascio, U, Ascagni, M, De Paola, L, Budrikis, Z, Schiavoni, M, Falletta, E, Caselli, A, Chepizhko, O, Tuissi, A, Vailati, A & Zapperi, S 2019, 'Metamaterial architecture from a self-shaping carnivorous plant', Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Vuosikerta. 116, Nro 38, Sivut 18777-18782. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1904984116

APA

La Porta, C. A. M., Lionetti, M. C., Bonfanti, S., Milan, S., Ferrario, C., Rayneau-Kirkhope, D., ... Zapperi, S. (2019). Metamaterial architecture from a self-shaping carnivorous plant. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 116(38), 18777-18782. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1904984116

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La Porta CAM, Lionetti MC, Bonfanti S, Milan S, Ferrario C, Rayneau-Kirkhope D et al. Metamaterial architecture from a self-shaping carnivorous plant. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2019 syys 17;116(38):18777-18782. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1904984116

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La Porta, Caterina A.M. ; Lionetti, Maria Chiara ; Bonfanti, Silvia ; Milan, Simone ; Ferrario, Cinzia ; Rayneau-Kirkhope, Daniel ; Beretta, Mario ; Hanifpour, Maryam ; Fascio, Umberto ; Ascagni, Miriam ; De Paola, Larissa ; Budrikis, Zoe ; Schiavoni, Mario ; Falletta, Ermelinda ; Caselli, Alessandro ; Chepizhko, Oleksandr ; Tuissi, Ausonio ; Vailati, Alberto ; Zapperi, Stefano. / Metamaterial architecture from a self-shaping carnivorous plant. Julkaisussa: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2019 ; Vuosikerta 116, Nro 38. Sivut 18777-18782.

Bibtex - Lataa

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abstract = "As meticulously observed and recorded by Darwin, the leaves of the carnivorous plant Drosera capensis L. slowly fold around insects trapped on their sticky surface in order to ensure their digestion. While the biochemical signaling driving leaf closure has been associated with plant growth hormones, how mechanical forces actuate the process is still unknown. Here, we combine experimental tests of leaf mechanics with quantitative measurements of the leaf microstructure and biochemistry to demonstrate that the closure mechanism is programmed into the cellular architecture of D. capensis leaves, which converts a homogeneous biochemical signal into an asymmetric response. Inspired by the leaf closure mechanism, we devise and test a mechanical metamaterial, which curls under homogeneous mechanical stimuli. This kind of metamaterial could find possible applications as a component in soft robotics and provides an example of bioinspired design.",
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AU - Ferrario, Cinzia

AU - Rayneau-Kirkhope, Daniel

AU - Beretta, Mario

AU - Hanifpour, Maryam

AU - Fascio, Umberto

AU - Ascagni, Miriam

AU - De Paola, Larissa

AU - Budrikis, Zoe

AU - Schiavoni, Mario

AU - Falletta, Ermelinda

AU - Caselli, Alessandro

AU - Chepizhko, Oleksandr

AU - Tuissi, Ausonio

AU - Vailati, Alberto

AU - Zapperi, Stefano

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N2 - As meticulously observed and recorded by Darwin, the leaves of the carnivorous plant Drosera capensis L. slowly fold around insects trapped on their sticky surface in order to ensure their digestion. While the biochemical signaling driving leaf closure has been associated with plant growth hormones, how mechanical forces actuate the process is still unknown. Here, we combine experimental tests of leaf mechanics with quantitative measurements of the leaf microstructure and biochemistry to demonstrate that the closure mechanism is programmed into the cellular architecture of D. capensis leaves, which converts a homogeneous biochemical signal into an asymmetric response. Inspired by the leaf closure mechanism, we devise and test a mechanical metamaterial, which curls under homogeneous mechanical stimuli. This kind of metamaterial could find possible applications as a component in soft robotics and provides an example of bioinspired design.

AB - As meticulously observed and recorded by Darwin, the leaves of the carnivorous plant Drosera capensis L. slowly fold around insects trapped on their sticky surface in order to ensure their digestion. While the biochemical signaling driving leaf closure has been associated with plant growth hormones, how mechanical forces actuate the process is still unknown. Here, we combine experimental tests of leaf mechanics with quantitative measurements of the leaf microstructure and biochemistry to demonstrate that the closure mechanism is programmed into the cellular architecture of D. capensis leaves, which converts a homogeneous biochemical signal into an asymmetric response. Inspired by the leaf closure mechanism, we devise and test a mechanical metamaterial, which curls under homogeneous mechanical stimuli. This kind of metamaterial could find possible applications as a component in soft robotics and provides an example of bioinspired design.

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