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Bioluminescence_in_the_deep-sea_2_ - of eyes B) Dark spot...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 10/2/10 Organisms in the deep-sea give off light!?!
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10/2/10 Marine bioluminescence Cultured bacteria that glow. Source of light from rotting marine organisms and the inspiration for Dickens.
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10/2/10 Exploration A refurbished HMS Challenger set sail in 1872 with scientists to map
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10/2/10 Challenger Expedition Numerous organisms were discovered via trawls, fixed, and cataloged.
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10/2/10 Present Exploration Marine biologists now have access to equipment that expands our perceptual awareness.
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10/2/10 Firefly squid Watasenia Common fangtooth Anoplogaster cornuta Video
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10/2/10 Patterns?
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10/2/10 Deep Sea Hatchetfish
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10/2/10 Opisthoproctus grimaldii ?
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10/2/10 Deep-sea amphipod ( Phronima) A) Lens facets
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Unformatted text preview: of eyes B) Dark spot is the bank of photoreceptors C) Lens connected to photoreceptors by fiber optics A B C 10/2/10 Barreleye fish ( Macropinna microstoma ) Eyes are the green structures protected under a clear shield. Eyes can rotate from a upward view to a Colber 10/2/10 Testing the hypothesis Midwater organisms are very fragile and dont make easy model systems for study. A hardy specimen is the midshipman that is a shallow water, benthic species. It has ventral photophores and thus our hypothesis would Plainfin Midshipman Porichthys notatus 10/2/10 Experimental methods (Harper and Case 1999) 10/2/10 Experimental results (Harper and Case 1999) 10/2/10...
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