Sea sparkle is a bioluminescent dinoflagellate that blooms in many coastal waters. Sea sparkle feeds on plankton, diatoms, fish eggs, and other dinoflagellates. It also has a flagellum, or tiny tail, that helps it move around in the water. Even though sea sparkle is beautiful to witness at night, it is hazardous to other marine species and resembles a reddish-pink film during the day.
Ama ben eski zaman aşığıyım.
Sevmek kadar katlanmak da gelir elimden.
But if stars shouldn't shine
by the very first time
then dear it's fine, so fine by me
NOCTILUCA SCINTILLANS - SEA SPARKLE
Noctiluca scintillans is a marine dinoflagellate that is responsible for bioluminescence in coastal regions of the world. They are bouyant and balloon shaped single cell. It has an oral pouch, a short flagellum and tentacle.
The scintillating effect of Noctiluca’s bioluminescence, which is most conspicuous at night during a bloom this phenomenon is called “burning of the sea” or “sea sparkle” . Noctiluca reproduce through binary fission (separation of the cell into two bodies) or multiple fission (separation of the cell into more than two bodies). The latter, which involves the cell-division processes of meiosis and mitosis, results in the production of numerous motile swarmers that bud off from the parent cell.
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There was yesterday this thing called Sea Sparkle in the netherlands and me my mom her friend and her daughter all went swimming in the dark and the whole ocean would glitter around you and it was so freaking amazing!!!!
sparkling and sea fairy should be friends. they should be