Circadian Rhythms in General
One doesn’t have to look at many living organisms before noticing that a lot of behavioral physiology is temporally organized in periodic patterns. In fact, if I had to decide what impresses me as the single most conspicuous feature of natural ecosystems, I would say that it is the daily and seasonal periodism and the consequent temporal organization of niche structure, food webs, and behavior.
KeywordsCircadian Rhythm Circadian Clock Multicellular Organism Temperature Compensation Circadian Oscillator
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- 3.There is one instance in which data points do appear on the very steep segment of a Type 1 curve (Pittendrigh and Bruce, 1959, Figure 8). However, the raw data (Pittendrigh and Bruce, 1959, Figure 4) shows that these dots represent multiple recurrences of the monitored event during an interval of transient irregularities.Google Scholar