Plants & Environment

Plants & Environment

Plants interact with their environment. The environment around plants provides sunlight, air, water, nutrients, suitable temperature, and other conditions necessary for plant growth, whereas plant growth will have an impact on the environment, for example, the growth of the root system of the plant rotting plants will affect the structure and composition of the soil. Plants can maintain soil and water, as well as regulate the climate, and changes in plant species can lead to changes in biological species. Biophysical technologies provide a rich variety of methods and tools for studying plant-environment interactions, providing technical support for plant breeding, agricultural production, and ecological protection.

CD BioSciences, as a professional biophysicist, has a full range of technological platforms for the study of plant-environment interactions, which in turn provide powerful tools for in-depth understanding of plant life activities and environmental adaptations.



Spectral analysis can be used to quickly obtain the light intensity and related parameters of each spectral band of photosynthetically active radiation, which can be used to provide data for supplemental illumination in agriculture and the development of a reasonable light cycle. Plants have different absorption and reflectance spectral characteristics in different wavelength bands, so accurately measuring the effects of different spectral bands on plant growth and development can help to understand how plants can optimize their photosynthetic efficiency.

Temperature, Humidity, and Stress

Advanced biophysical techniques such as infrared spectroscopy and thermal imaging allow real-time monitoring of physiological responses to temperature changes, humidity fluctuations, and environmental stresses. These responses include the opening and closing of stomata, regulation of transpiration, and production of defensive substances. Analyzing these responses provides insight into how plants adapt to or resist adverse environmental conditions.


Biophysical techniques can help study the interactions between plant roots and soil. Exploring the mechanisms of water and nutrient uptake by the root system as well as the physical properties of the soil can reveal the factors that influence the growth and development of plants. In addition, these techniques can be used to study the interactions between the root system and soil microorganisms or soil fauna, providing technical support for maintaining the balance and stability of ecosystems.


Plants can sense and respond to chemicals in the environment, such as hormones, nutrients, and toxic substances. Using surface plasmon resonance (SPR) and electrochemical sensors, the response of plants to these chemicals can be monitored in real-time, thus revealing their relationship with plant growth.

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CD BioSciences, a leading biophysics technology company, strives to provide specialized analytical services for the interaction between plants and their environment, which further provides a solid foundation for agricultural production. If you are interested in our analytical services, please contact us.

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