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What are bioluminescent waves?
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In this bytes video learn about what are bioluminescent waves, how they are formed, what causes them and where do you generally get to see them. For the English version click here : https://unacademy.com/lesson/what-are-bioluminescent-waves/REWYZWLU/?source=Course

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sir, thought casting is more of a theoretical portion and most of the question asked are of similar manner, but numericals are also asked..... please take this into consideration and help us out with the same by adding few more chapters specifically for numericals..... thank you
Harshit Aggarwal
2 years ago
okay..I will add numerical part as well.
Mrinal Kumar
2 years ago
thank you sir.....
aapki awaj bhut pyari lagti hai aur bate bahut jaldi samjh me aa jati hai thank you,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
bahut besabri se wait karta hu aapke video ka ki kuch new sikhne ko milega ,,,thank you
Thanks, mam you provide this video in Hindi. Thank you so much mam.
thank you mam for explain in hindi its a very good video
ittni shuddh hindi!! amazing! u know hindi very well mam!!
  1. What are Bioluminescent waves?


  2. Bioluminescent waves are a rare aquatic phenomenon and this amazing natural is sometimes also known as typically seen in calm waters. sea sparkle It is


  3. When bioluminescent waves come and hit the shores, you get to see stunning neon blue or green waves at night It is caused by the pre ence of microscopi organisms called dinoflagellates Source: Red


  4. s Angeles en Clemente ta Ana San Diego , Tijuana o Ensenada The phenomenon has been observed on a semi-regular basis since at least 1901 along the beaches around San Diego, California.


  5. The glowing is caused by bioluminescent phytoplankton called Lingulodinium polyedrum


  6. Night swimmers also oftern enjoy the opportunity to lounge in a bioluminescent sea.


  7. OH luciferin luciferase


  8. The Mosquito Bay, found on the tiny Caribbean island The water contains a high concentration of dinoflagellates- about 720,000 per gallon of water.