Bioluminescence is prominent in the phylum *
Asked by jhamattsaab | 2nd Sep, 2020, 02:44: PM
Bioluminescence is the property of living organisms to emit light. One of the most delightful characteristics of ctenophores is bioluminescence which is the light-scattering produced by beating of the eight rows of locomotory cilia, which appears as a changing rainbow of colors running down the comb rows.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 3rd Sep, 2020, 11:10: AM
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