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    I believe this to be a property of a cell, but have no idea what it means. Google only want's to tell me how to measure it, not what it actually is. Appreciate any help of someone who can explain
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    Hi (btw I thought you were in Wonderland! not Buckingham )

    The only thing that comes to mind is the example of cells that are fluorescent or iridescent by nature e. g. in the firefly that emits light or the sea mouse that has bright shiny spikes - I would envisage that it is the luminosity of the radiation emitted by such cells??

    Sorry v tricky Q!
 
 
 
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