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Characterization of luciferase and opsin genes in the copepod genus, Pleuromamma
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|Title:||Characterization of luciferase and opsin genes in the copepod genus, Pleuromamma|
|Authors:||Chen, Jessica W.|
|Contributors:||Porter, Megan L. (advisor)|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
|Abstract:||Bioluminescence, the biochemical production of light by living organisms, is produced
by both terrestrial and marine species. Bioluminescence can be used for courtship, predator-prey
defense mechanisms, and intra-specific communication. Because biolumines
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