- Intriguingly, rhythmic luminescence in certain lines was affected by only a subset of the pacemaker mutations.
- It seems clear that the photocyte has substantial local control of its luminescence and is not dependent on external oxygen in any simple way.
- When a laser light source is used to stimulate the release of electrons, the process is called optically stimulated luminescence.
- In the nonsilenced plant, strong luminescence was detected from all parts of the section, while no luminescence was found in the control plant.
- Pholasin alone can emit luminescence if exposed to superoxide.
- Chemiluminescence is a special case of luminescence in which the excitation source is a chemical reaction.
- He studied seawater luminescence and ocean temperatures while charting the path of the Gulf Stream.
- Not electrical, but green luminescence; a glowing paint that had been painted along every shelf and spare inch of wall or floor.
- A proportion of this energy appears in the form of light emitted by the crystal; this is optically stimulated luminescence.
- Most of the arthropods consist of an infill of sparry calcite with uniform luminescence.
- The luminescence in these cases may be excited by direct electron impact rather than with UV light.
- The luminescence was quantified in live cells using bioluminescence imaging.
- Streptococci emit light during log phase growth, and luminescence subsides as they enter stationary phase.
- This luminescence makes them interesting candidates for applications in biological test systems or as sensors.
- This might be explained by the pattern of brain generated neural bursts that initiate luminescence and this appears to be the case in P. lucicrescens.
- This property also leads to the intense luminescence and electron transfer capability of porphyrins and many metalloporphyins.
- The acceleration of the recombination rate and the strong stimulation of luminescence caused by the membrane potential are well known.
- There are different types of luminescence.