Bioluminescence

Bioluminescence in the Ocean

Bioluminescence in the Ocean

In the broadest sense, “light” is electromagnetic radiation, and it’s one of the most fundamental pieces of data that organisms can collect about their environment. The ability to process light stimuli is extremely useful — 96% of animals have some

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Glow Up

Glow Up

By definition, bioluminescence is the emission of light through a natural chemical reaction, and it is utilized by a variety of marine organisms. [1] 1. Haddock, Moline, and Case, “Bioluminescence in the Sea.”

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