Circadian rhythms in Neurospora crassa and other filamentous fungi.

@article{Liu2006CircadianRI,
  title={Circadian rhythms in Neurospora crassa and other filamentous fungi.},
  author={Yi Liu and Deborah Bell-Pedersen},
  journal={Eukaryotic cell},
  year={2006},
  volume={5 8},
  pages={1184-93}
}
Circadian clocks are endogenous cellular timekeepers that control a wide variety of daily physiological and molecular rhythms in most eukaryotic and some prokaryotic organisms (31, 116). These rhythmic events allow organisms to best adapt to the natural environment on earth (88). All circadian rhythms share three basic properties. First, circadian rhythms persist under constant conditions with a period length of about 24 h. Second, they can be entrained (reset) by environmental cues, with light… CONTINUE READING