Living Light in the Ocean Darkness - Perspectives on Ocean Science

7/11/2001; 47 minutes

In the darkness of the ocean live fascinating creatures that produce their own light called bioluminescence. Join Scripps Institution's Mike Latz and discover how organisms use this light to attract food, hunt prey, and hide from predators, and how applications of bioluminescence have revolutionized biomedical research. (#5725)

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