OTHER WORDS FROM bioluminescencebi·o·lu·mi·nes·cent, adjective
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As a result, the chemical structures that create bioluminescence vary wildly — from single chains of atoms to massive ringed complexes.Ocean acidification may make some species glow brighter|Bethany Brookshire|January 11, 2021|Science News
This study found a gene similar to the one in animals like jellyfish, which could mean that animals using bioluminescence could have a common ancestor.
It is exciting that the researchers found a gene associated with bioluminescence, said the University of Kansas' Martin in an email to Popular Science.
These glowing insects are often a person’s first experience with bioluminescence.
Other people might have seen bioluminescence in ocean waters.