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Bioluminescent Algae

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Bioluminescent algae are dinoflagellates. These unicellular marine plankton photosynthesize, requiring approximately 12 hours of light and 12 hours of darkness for every 24-hour cycle. During the dark portion of their circadian cycle, bioluminescent algae glow when they are physically agitated.
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*Bioluminescence Web Page from UC Santa Barbara: [[http://www.lifesci.ucsb.edu/~biolum/]]
*Dinoflagellate Culturing guide from Scripps Institution of Oceanography: [[http://siobiolum.ucsd.edu/dino_culture.html]
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Sunnyside Sea Farms sells ''Pyrocystis fusiformis'' [[http://www.seafarms.com/]]

Empco sells ''Pyrocystis fusiformis'', ''Pyrocystis noctiluca'', and ''Pyrocystis lunula'' [[http://empco.org/edu/]]
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*Sunnyside Sea Farms sells ''Pyrocystis fusiformis'' [[http://www.seafarms.com/]]
*Empco sells ''Pyrocystis fusiformis'', ''Pyrocystis noctiluca'', and ''Pyrocystis lunula'' [[http://empco.org/edu/]]
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Sunnyside Sea Farms sells ''Pyrocystis fusiformis'' [[http://www.seafarms.com/]]

Empco sells ''Pyrocystis fusiformis'', ''Pyrocystis noctiluca'', and ''Pyrocystis lunula'' [[http://empco.org/edu/]]

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