QUT biology student gifted fasciated pineapple at Sunshine Coast barbecue seeks responses

QUT biology student gifted fasciated pineapple at Sunshine Coast barbecue seeks responses

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An image of the fanned pineapple popped up online this week, perplexing visitors by what might have triggered the mutation that is unusual. Does this take place usually? Where had been it from? & Most notably, could you nevertheless consume it?

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  • The present of a pineapple that is fasciated a Queensland farmer set QUT biology student Ynna Hernandez-Europa for a journey of finding
  • The fruit that is freaky grown by brothers Colin and Mark Harris on the farm in Wamuran, north of Brisbane
  • Fasciation can happen in many flowers and may be brought on by anxiety or by hereditary and factors that are hormonal

The pineapple is known by specialists as being a fasciated — or fan-top — pineapple. Continue reading QUT biology student gifted fasciated pineapple at Sunshine Coast barbecue seeks responses

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