Chameleons Are Masters of Nanotechnology
Reactions Science Videos | May 24, 2018
What do chameleons have to do with nanotechnology? These color-changing lizards are some of nature’s wackiest animals, all because they’re masters of pigment and light. This week on Reactions, learn all about the chemistry of chameleon color.
Biochemical regulation of pigment motility in vertebrate chromatophores: a review of physiological color change mechanisms
Patterns of morphological variation and correlates of habitat use in Chameleons
Camouflage and colour change: antipredator responses to bird and snake predators across multiple populations in a dwarf chameleon
Slow but tenacious: an analysis of running and gripping performance in chameleons
Selection for Social Signalling Drives the Evolution of Chameleon Colour Change
Thermoregulation in African chameleons
Cephalopod chromatophores: neurobiology and natural history
Photonic crystals cause active colour change in chameleons
Mechanical Chameleon through Dynamic Real-Time Plasmonic Tuning
Chameleon colour change, Suppl Movie S2
The routine of a Chameleon
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