luminescence

[ loo-muh-nes-uh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF luminescence

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The interesting problem of luminescence will be discussed elsewhere.

I came to full awareness under the luminescence of the infirmary's overhead.

The luminescence that clothed Norhala brightened, deepening the darkness.

It was as though a door had opened into some world of luminescence.

Only if this proceeds rapidly enough does luminescence occur.

Luminescence is more widespread in this phylum and more characteristic of the group as a whole than any other.

Apparently there is no rhyme or reason in the distribution of luminescence throughout the plant or animal kingdom.

The distinction between light and luminescence was first pointed out by Wiedemann .

They lose their power of luminescence during the day and only regain it at dusk or when kept in the dark for some time.

Radziszewski himself and many other authors have compared the light of organisms to this type of luminescence.

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