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Naturally bioluminescent fungi
A Bioluminescent Gallery
Copies of “Bioluminescence in Deep Sea Organisms Inquiry.
Bioluminescent Bacteria
these light-producing microbes. These animals have specialized organs that provide bioluminescent bacteria with both a safe place to live and a source of food.
Bioluminescence Learning from glow-worms
Catalyst. 4. Claire.
Bioluminescence in a complex coastal environment: 2. Prediction of
[1] Many bioluminescence observations are made from the ocean's surface.

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Doctored Candy: Do-It-Yourself TARDIS Lollipops
By John Baichtal Thingiverse user Bioluminescence wanted a TARDIS lollipop to go with the upcoming second half of season six. So she designed and 3D-printed a TARDIS mold and created her own!
A bioluminescent assay for the sensitive detection of proteases
Donna M. Leippe 1 , Duy Nguyen 2 , Min Zhou 3 , Troy Good 3 , Thomas A. Kirkland 3 , Mike Scurria 3 , Laurent Bernad 3 , Tim Ugo 3 , Jolanta Vidugiriene 1 , James J.
BLProt: Prediction of bioluminescent proteins based on Support Vector Machine
Bioluminescence is a process in which light is emitted by a living organism. Most creatures that emit light are sea creatures, but some insects, plants, fungi, etc, also emit light.
Lantern Sharks Can Become Invisible, Glow-In-The-Dark
Lantern sharks, which are already known for their small size and bioluminescence, may have one more feature that can keep them safe in a perilous deep ocean environment: invisibility.
Russian science attracting overseas scholars
Osamu Shimomura: Despite the fact that many countries are doing research into the practical application of bioluminescence, fundamental chemical research in this field has ceased almost everywhere else in the world except Russia.

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Bioluminescence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bioluminescence is the production and emission of light by a living organism.
The Bioluminescence Web Page
Aug 15, 2011 Bioluminescence-related information, and current research on luminescence. Mainly marine related including jellyfish.
HowStuffWorks "How Bioluminescence Works"
Bioluminescence is an organism\'s ability to produce light through a chemical reaction.
Bioluminescence - Deep Sea Creatures on Sea and Sky
Deep in the ocean, where sunlight can no longer penetrate, lies an incredible world of darkness.
LIGHTS ALIVE: About Bioluminescence
Lights Alive! from the San Diego Natural History Museum.

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