Author pages are created from data sourced from our academic publisher partnerships and public sources.
Luminous Organs of Fish Which Emit Light Indirectly
- Y. Haneda
- 1 July 1950
INTRODUCTI9N THERE ARE MANY REPO~TS of luminous fishes, all of which, in earlier days, were taken from the deep seas. Luminous organs were found on the sides of the bodies, on the barbels, or on the… Expand
Widespread occurrence of coelenterazine in marine bioluminescence
Abstract 1. 1. Coelenterazine is a compound having a key role in the light-emitting process of bioluminescent coelenterates. Present evidence concerning the occurrence of coelenterazine and… Expand
The photogenic organs of Parapriacanthus beryciformes franz and other fish with the indirect type of luminescent system
Light Production in the Luminous Fishes Photoblepharon and Anomalops from the Banda Islands
The unresolved mechanism of light production in Photoblepharon and Anomalops has been reinvestigated in fresh and preserved material. Based on biochemical evidence obtained with emulsions and… Expand
The Luminescent Systems of Pony Fishes
The anatomy of bioluminescent organs and mode of light production in 18 species of pony fish have been investigated using fresh and preserved material. The luminescent systems are similarly arranged… Expand
THE LUCIFERIN-LUCIFERASE REACTION IN A FISH, PARAPRIACANTHUS BERYCIFORMIS, OF NEWLY DISCOVERED LUMINESCENCE.
- Y. Haneda, F. H. Johnson
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 1 February 1958
Although bioluminescence, in general, presumably depends on the presence of a specific enzyme-substrate system, extracts of heat-labile ("luciferase") and heatstable ("luciferin") components which… Expand
Properties and reaction mechanism of the bioluminescence system of the deep-sea shrimp Oplophorus gracilorostris.
The bioluminescent reaction of Oplophorus takes place when the oxidation of coelenterazine (the luciferin) with molecular oxygen is catalyzed by Oplophorus luciferase, resulting in light of maximum… Expand
Luminescence cross-reactions of Porichthys luciferin and theories on the origin of luciferin in some shallow-water fishes.
- F. Tsuji, Y. Haneda, R. V. Lynch, N. Sugiyama
- Biology, Medicine
- Comparative biochemistry and physiology. A…
- 1 September 1971
Abstract 1. 1. Porichthys luciferin gives an extensive series of luminescent cross-reactions with the luciferases of various other luminous organisms. 2. 2. The luminescence reaction of Porichthys is… Expand
Luminescent Systems in Apogonid Fishes from the Philippines
Luminescence has been discovered in five apogonid fishes from the Philippine Islands. The luminescent organ systems, which are of two types, are morphologically different from the systems in the… Expand