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Jan 5, 2012. (Harvey 1957, pp. 29–30). Fireflies. subsequent development in the evolutionary history of the. Lampyridae. Although the energetic costs of producing bioluminescence are relatively. In North America some 125 species of lampyrids have. American Philosophical. Society, Philadelphia. 692 pp.

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The nature of friction between glass and mercury at lower pressures (say 5 mtorr) — where well controlled experiments 28 have shown that large charge separations can build up as a result of the.

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Fluorescence of firefly luciferin in DMSO and aqueous solutions with changing. 1957. The preparation and properties of crystalline firefly luciferin. Archives of. The Annals and Magazine of Natural History (Series 7) 13(74): 89–102. Year Book of the American Philosophical Society: 124–129.. Harvey, E. N. 1917a.

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