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Natural fluorescence measurements with a PNF-300 in the Sargasso Sea and South Pacific Ocean revealed values of chlorophyll-a ranging from 0.03 to 0.60 mg [m.sup.-3] and from 0.09 to 0.53 mg [m.sup.-3], respectively (Chamberlin et al., 1990).
Variability of chlorophyll a profiles obtained by natural fluorescence in the west and center Gulf of Mexico in June 1999.
The color was produced by the natural fluorescence of phycoerythrin, the primary light-harvesting pigment in many cyanobacteria.
This natural fluorescence played a key role in the discovery of marine photosynthetic picoplankton.
She is developing assays using natural fluorescence, as well as TRF, to screen for the presence of fluorescent antibiotics.
Could it be (we asked) that something in this diverse chemical mix would exhibit natural fluorescence under the optimum wavelength of exciting light, without pretreatment, and would be easily isolated and photographed?
These subsystems concentrate and purify the toxin onto the affinity column and then elute the concentrated toxin into the miniature fluorometer, where the toxin's natural fluorescence is measured and quantified.
If the only problem materials for conventional Raman spectroscopy were compounds with strong natural fluorescence, FT-Raman would be interesting but it would not have broad practical appeal.