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This fruit attracts birds with an unusual way of making itself metallic blue
by Cell Press
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6 August 2020
On 6 August 2020 Phys.org reported:
Researchers reporting August 6 in the journal Current Biology show that the fruits use nanostructures made of lipids in their cell walls, a previously unknown mechanism of structural color, to get their striking blue -- which may also double as a signal to birds that the fruits are full of nutritious fats.
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