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The glow emitted by organisms can be recreated using fluorescein and fluorescent proteins. After catalyzing, fluorescein becomes an unstable chemical compound, using fluorescent glows to release energy, it’s how fireflies and cypridinas emit their glow. Fluorescent protein is a type of protein that can release fluorescent light by absorbing incoming energies such as UV and then re-emitting that energy in the form of a glow. It’s how jellyfishes, the focus of the topic, emit their glow.

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Tatung University

Tatung University
New Taipei City, Taiwan

University

Tatung University

Tatung University
New Taipei City, Taiwan

University

Tatung University

Tatung University
New Taipei City, Taiwan

Design

Tatung University

Tatung University
New Taipei City, Taiwan