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Red bioluminescence in fishes: on the suborbital photophores of Malacosteus, Pachystomias and Aristostomias
Many deep-sea animals produce blue bioluminescence, but species of three genera of midwater dragonfishes also produce red light. In addition to numerous small body photophores, species of theseExpand
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Far Red Bioluminescence from Two Deep-Sea Fishes
Spectral measurements of red bioluminescence were obtained from the deep-sea stomiatoid fishes Aristostomias scintillans (Gilbert) and Malacosteus niger (Ayres). Red luminescence from suborbitalExpand
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Bioluminescence in the deep sea: free-fall lander observations in the Atlantic Ocean off Cape Verde
A novel autonomous free-fall lander vehicle, with a capability down to 6000 m, was deployed off Cape Verde for studies on bioluminescence in the deep sea. The system was equipped with aExpand
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Luminous organs and luminescence
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Some features of the bioluminescence of the radiolarianThalassicolla sp.
The luminescence of the solitary radiolarianThalassicolla sp. has a spectral emission maximum at 446±4 nm and the luminescence of crude homogenates can be activated by calcium ions. ElectricalExpand
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Correlation of bioluminescence emissions with ventral photophores in the mesopelagic squidAbralia veranyi (Cephalopoda: Enoploteuthidae)
Specimens of the squidAbralia veranyi were collected off the Bahamas in 1989. The bioluminescence of the ventral photophores was recorded on videotape at 11 to 12°C and 24°C, in conjunction withExpand
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A system for the collection of comparative emission spectra suitable for shipboard use
A simple data acquisition and control system has been developed for the measurement of the spectral emission from bioluminescent animals. A programmable calculator system is used to control aExpand
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On the filters in the ventral photophores of mesopelagic animals [proceedings].
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