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Study Reveals Potential Gene Behind “Glowing” of Sea Pickle

News   Oct 21, 2020 | Original story from the American Museum of Natural History

 
Study Reveals Potential Gene Behind “Glowing” of Sea Pickle

Pyrosoma atlanticum under white light (top) and producing bioluminescence following mechanical stimulation. Credit: © D. Gruber.

 
 
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