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Bioluminescence as a defense mechanism: Study reveals dinoflagellate plankton glow to prevent predators from eating them

https://naturalnews.com/2020-01-24-bioluminescence-defense-mechanism-of-dinoflagellate-plankton.html

Despite these observations however, the researchers said it is still unclear just how the bioluminescence helps the dinoflagellates. According to Prevett, there are three popular theories as to how bioluminescence protects dinoflagellates. "...

Bioluminescence as a defense mechanism: Study reveals dinoflagellate plankton glow to prevent predators from eating them

https://naturalnews.com/2020-01-14-bioluminescent-defense-mechanism-plankton-glow-to-avoid-predators.html

Despite these observations however, the researchers said it is still unclear just how the bioluminescence helps the dinoflagellates. According to Prevett, there are three popular theories as to how bioluminescence protects dinoflagellates. "...

Scientists develop "synthetic bioluminescent molecules" to make cells glow bright enough to be seen from outside the human body

https://naturalnews.com/2018-08-15-scientists-develop-synthetic-bioluminiscent-molecules-to-make-cells-glow-bright.html

Now a team of Japanese researchers wants to take inspiration from fireflies and jellyfish by unlocking bioluminescence in humans . ... Such is the power of bioluminescence, which is something that occurs naturally in certain animal species like fireflies and jellyfish. "...

Photodynamic treatments for human health and the food supply: Light compounds being developed that will fight microbial infections and cancer

https://naturalnews.com/2018-03-21-photodynamic-treatments-light-compounds-fight-microbial-infections-cancer.html

As the researchers added a photo-sensitizing agent, the bioluminescence became even more powerful. ... The treatment has been named BioLuminescence Activated Destruction of cancer. The bioluminescence activates oxygen reactive species, creating the conditions for the cancer to die off. "...

Scientists develop new insulation material inspired by polar bears

https://naturalnews.com/2020-02-04-new-insulation-material-inspired-by-polar-bears.html

These include unique properties such as hydrophobicity or natural waterproofing, heat retention, bioluminescence and coloration as well as unique methods of flight and locomotion. "...

Scientists develop new insulation material inspired by polar bears

https://naturalnews.com/2020-01-07-new-insulation-material-inspired-by-polar-bears.html

These include unique properties such as hydrophobicity or natural waterproofing, heat retention, bioluminescence and coloration as well as unique methods of flight and locomotion. "...

A different kind of Jaws: Scientists discover a tiny new species of shark that glows in the dark

https://naturalnews.com/2020-04-17-tiny-new-species-shark-glows-in-the-dark.html

American pocket shark produces bioluminescence Research on the American pocket shark began in 2013, when Grace first came across it while examining specimens captured by NOAA during a 2010 mission to study sperm whales. ... Furthermore, Grace was able to determine the location of the American pocket shark’s photophores, or organs that are used specifically to create bioluminescence. "...

Turn off the lights: Exposure to light at night is harmful for amphibians, research finds

https://naturalnews.com/2020-01-14-exposure-to-light-at-night-harmful-for-amphibians.html

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A group of marine invertebrates use sheets of mucus to catch their food

https://naturalnews.com/2018-06-21-a-group-of-marine-invertebrates-use-sheets-of-mucus-to-catch-their-food.html

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New technology can detect as little as 0.1 percent GMO contamination in crops, food

https://naturalnews.com/035929_GMO_contamination_detection.html

Published in the journal BMC Biotechnology, a breakthrough new study explains how a combination of bioluminescence and isothermal amplification technology allows analysts to amplify DNA strands at a constant temperature, and generate real-time readouts of GM contamination levels in food and food crops. "...

Turn off the lights: Exposure to light at night is harmful for amphibians, research finds

https://naturalnews.com/2020-01-23-turn-off-the-lights-exposure-to-light-at-night-is-harmful-for-amphibians.html

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Weird wonders of the deep: The coffinfish can hold its breath for up to 4 minutes at a time

https://naturalnews.com/2019-12-23-weird-wonders-of-the-deep-the-coffinfish-can-hold-its-breath-4-minutes.html

Others, such as the anglerfish and flashlight fish, emit faint light — an ability called bioluminescence — that can attract prey and ward off potential predators. "...

Coming to a store near you: GMO plants with synthetic biology that makes them glow

https://naturalnews.com/040831_GMO_plants_genes_DNA.html

Research into bioluminescence originally began back in the mid 1980s, and has since been refined to allow for more and new methods of rapid genetic manipulation. "...

Compounds in broccoli sprouts can help fight gastritis and stomach ulcers: Study

https://naturalnews.com/2020-01-24-broccoli-sprouts-fight-gastritis-stomach-ulcers.html

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Amazing study reveals bees can connect symbols to numbers: Insects COMPUTE

https://naturalnews.com/2020-01-11-bees-symbols-numbers-insect-brains-compute.html

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Enzyme that will make Bill Gates’ vaccine microchip implant work known as LUCIFERASE

https://naturalnews.com/2020-05-15-enzyme-bill-gates-vaccine-microchip-implant-luciferase.html

This “near infrared bioluminescence enzyme luciferase” is what will make the Gates vaccines readable through special mobile device apps that will scan the injection site and identify the “digital certificates,” or proof of vaccination, that Gates and others have been publicly announcing in recent days. "...

Compounds in broccoli sprouts can help fight gastritis and stomach ulcers: Study

https://naturalnews.com/2020-01-13-broccoli-sprouts-fight-gastritis-and-stomach-ulcers.html

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