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Study finds plankton use UV light sensors to detect pressure change and avoid getting swept away

The pressure response as a depth-retention mechanism mediated by the ciliary photoreceptor-cell circuit. Credit: eLife (2024). DOI: 10.7554/eLife.94306.1 Researchers have uncovered how sea-dwelling plankton respond to pressure changes and propel themselves through the water, using tiny protrusions called cilia. The research, presented in eLife, as a reviewed preprint, was described by the editors as a

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