How fungi use chemistry to shine in the darkness of the forest | 12.06.2017

 

Cassius Stevani, from USP’s Chemistry Institute, investigates the chemical reactions which makes mushrooms light up in green. He stresses the importance of understanding the process of fungus bioluminescence, especially in the species Neonothopanus gardneri.

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