Identification and temporal expression of putative circadian clock transcripts in the amphipod crustacean Talitrus saltator

@inproceedings{OGrady2016IdentificationAT,
  title={Identification and temporal expression of putative circadian clock transcripts in the amphipod crustacean Talitrus saltator},
  author={Joseph F. O’Grady and Laura S. Hoelters and Martin T. Swain and David Charles Wilcockson},
  booktitle={PeerJ},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND Talitrus saltator is an amphipod crustacean that inhabits the supralittoral zone on sandy beaches in the Northeast Atlantic and Mediterranean. T. saltator exhibits endogenous locomotor activity rhythms and time-compensated sun and moon orientation, both of which necessitate at least one chronometric mechanism. Whilst their behaviour is well studied, currently there are no descriptions of the underlying molecular components of a biological clock in this animal, and very few in other… CONTINUE READING
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