Studies on UV reflection in feathers of some 1,000 bird species: are UV peaks in feathers correlated with violet-sensitive and ultraviolet-sensitive cones?
What does UVS stand for?
UVS stands for Ultraviolet-Sensitive (syndrome)
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We have 27 other meanings of UVS in our Acronym Attic
- Unidad de Valor Real (Spanish)
- Unit Value Ratio (currency exchange)
- Utah Valley Radiology Associates (Provo, UT)
- Uganda Virus Research Institute
- Una Voce Rhode Island (Latin; Catholic association; Providence, RI)
- Utah Valley Regional Medical Center
- Universitas Virtualis Research Project (Reverse Code Engineering Community; website)
- Ultraviolet Resonance Raman (spectroscopy)
- Ultimate Valeting Services (UK)
- Ultraviolet Spectrometer (Galileo instrument)
- Unabhängiger Verwaltungssenat (Austria)
- Undervalued Shares (investment blog and community)
- Universal Voice System
- Université Victor Segalen (French university)
- University of Veterinary Science (Myanmar)
- Unmanned Vehicle Systems
- Urgent Vehicle Standing (transportation)
- Umbrella Veterinary Service Association
- Union of Vietnamese Student Associations
- United Valley Soccer Association (Hawthorn, PA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
But, he adds, the most important innovation has been the introduction of ultraviolet-sensitive powders (phosphors, mostly fluorescent minerals and chemicals), which line the inside of a glass tube and give off a rich palette of colors.
2000 ultraviolet-sensitive, color-changing bracelets were distributed to fascinated schoolchildren who could see first-hand that sunscreen is necessary even with cold and overcast weather.
There are no plans for an ultraviolet-sensitive space observatory for at least the next 15 years.
Each rat was placed in a tube for video recording with a spot of ultraviolet-sensitive ink on its upper and lower lip.
In examining images of the earth taken by an ultraviolet-sensitive camera on the Swedish Viking satellite, Frank found dark spots in the earth's dayglow -- an aura of radiation emitted by atoms in the atmosphere.