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The saccus vasculosus of fish is a sensor of seasonal changes in day length.
- Yusuke Nakane, Keisuke Ikegami, T. Yoshimura
- Biology, Environmental ScienceNature communications
- 2 July 2013
It is reported that the saccus vasculosus of fish is a seasonal sensor of seasonal changes in day length in fish, and its removal abolishes photoperiodic response of the gonad.
Lack of circadian regulation of in vitro melatonin release from the pineal organ of salmonid teleosts.
Molecular analysis of Dec1 and Dec2 in the peripheral circadian clock of zebrafish photosensitive cells.
THE CIRCADIAN REGULATION OF IN VITRO MELATONIN RELEASE FROM THE FISH PINEAL ORGAN : A COMPARATIVE STUDY
cDNA CLONING, GENE STRUCTURE, AND EXPRESSION OF KISS1 AND GPR54 IN MEDAKA