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Authors: Битюков, Э. П.
Василенко, В. И.
Токарев, Ю. Н.
Title: О спектральном составе биолюминесцентного поля в Черном и Средиземном морях и в Атлантическом океане
Other Titles: On Spectral Composition of Bioluminescent Field in the Black and Mediterranean Seas and in the Atlantic Ocean
Issue Date: 1978
Publisher: Киев : Наукова думка
Language (ISO): Russian
Issue number: 47
Issue title: Исследования Индийского океана и южных морей
Pages: 40-49
metadata.dc.citation.spage: 40
metadata.dc.citation.epage: 49
Description: The bioluminescent field spectrum is determined by means of a spectrobathyphotometer with three detectors. The spectrum maximum in the Black sea and in the tropical Atlantic is at 480 nm, the efficient band width at the level of 0.5 of the maximum being from 460 to 515 nm, and in the Mediterranean sea it is 10-15 nm shifted towards longwave region. Spectrum composition of bioluminescent field is determined by species specificity of light emission of the studied bioluminescents and by their amount.
Appears in Collections:1978. Вып. 47. Исследования Индийского океана и южных морей

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