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Tubes in which phosphorescent and fluorescent materials were caused to luminesce; 3.
Cells and connective tissue, it turns out, are full of molecules that can luminesce if given the right jump-start.
"Not all of these space particles will luminesce," Tom pointed out, "so we'll need some way to sort out the ones that do.
Pupae of this genus also luminesce.
When zebrafish larvae are put in a special solution, the luciferase causes the larvae to luminesce.
For the species that do luminesce, when they are in heavy bloom, you can sometimes observe that crashing ocean waves "glow" at night as well.
Juveniles will luminesce more brightly in relation to their body size than adults, whose luminescence is diffused over their bodies.
These were found to luminesce when Mn was higher than 30-35 ppm and Fe less than 300 ppm.
Scratches, cleavage shattering and other features of mechanical damage in crystals luminesce brightly and can be recognized by experienced observers.
When V. fischeri cells are free-living (or planktonic), the autoinducer is at low concentration, and, thus, cells do not luminesce.
Many accessory minerals of clastic rocks contain at least traces of rare earth or transition metal impurities and are therefore liable to luminesce.
Phosphors are fine white or pastel-colored inorganic powders which may be stimulated by any of a variety of means to luminesce, i.e. emit light.
Chemiluminescent detection methods depend on incubation of the western blot with a substrate that will luminesce when exposed to the reporter on the secondary antibody.
They are easily visible under 100x magnification (use the 10x or "scanning" objective on most compound microscopes) and their scintillons luminesce in response to surface tension and acidity.
Because even the smallest feldspar grains luminesce brightly, a far more accurate estimate of the percentage of feldspar in a clastic sediment is obtained by point-counting under CL.
When some species, including Bathyctena chuni, Euplokamis stationis and Eurhamphaea vexilligera, are disturbed, they produce secretions (ink) that luminesce at much the same wavelengths as their bodies.
His character, a beautiful woman scientist whose big eyes luminesce like high-beam headlights whenever anything weird happens, which is often, discovers something in an organism that instantly convinces her it is extraterrestrial.
These are being fitted with L.E.D. circuits, to make them luminesce, for installation in the Stygian deep-sea exhibition, joined by other bionic creatures, including a light-up red jellyfish that looks remarkably like a pulsating lava lamp.
One fantastic experience is that the organisms are in the beach sand too, so when one walks on the beach at night when they are blooming, they luminesce in response to the shock of one's foot hitting the ground.