Cave-Dwelling Fish Provide Clues to the Circadian Cycle


Whether it’s a jay that starts its day at first light, an ice worm that burrows into a glacier when the sun comes out, or a bat that heads out to feed at dusk, virtually all animals follow a daily pattern of activity. While the need for this kind of pattern, called the circadian rhythm, is not fully understood, it is remarkably conserved across species, and… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1001141


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@inproceedings{Mejia2011CaveDwellingFP, title={Cave-Dwelling Fish Provide Clues to the Circadian Cycle}, author={Robin Mejia}, booktitle={PLoS biology}, year={2011} }