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Just what the title states. I wonder whether it is possible to fire a chemical switch - sort-of like injecting adrenaline in a human, to accelerate a particular process in a plant. For example, transpiration.

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With high(er) temperatures, especially in drier air with a bit of breeze, a plant will transpire more. While not a chemical solution, it is indeed a mechanism that serves to cool the plant.

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