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Searched for: LC Classification is Science -- Natural history. Biology -- Biology (General) -- Cytology -- Physiological properties -- Light production. Bioluminescence
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This news article reports an exciting discovery about a toxic molecule found in both humans and in the Hawaiian bobtail squid that may hold the medical key for critical organ development and the immune system. Margaret...
This classroom activity is part of the Smithsonian's Giant Squid Curriculum. It uses flashlights to teach students about luminescence, counterillumination, and photophores. In the scope of this activity, students will...
This National Geographic news article describes a type of nocturnal squid found in the ocean around Hawaii which mates using a built-in flashlight to hide its shadow from predatory fish on the seafloor. Its unique...
This image-rich Biological Bulletin scholarly article describes the final developmental stage of the symbiotic light organ system of squid host Euprymna scolopes with bacteria Vibrio fischeri. It also describes the...
This highly acclaimed website includes information on bioluminescence research, myths, photos, organisms, chemistry, physiology, distribution and more. Features an absolute must-see bioluminescence photo gallery. Also...
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