Quantitative analysis of regulatory flexibility under changing environmental conditions

@inproceedings{Edwards2010QuantitativeAO,
  title={Quantitative analysis of regulatory flexibility under changing environmental conditions},
  author={Kieron D. Edwards and Ozgur E. Akman and Kirsten Knox and Peter J Lumsden and Adrian W Thomson and Paul E. Brown and Alexandra Pokhilko and Laszlo Kozma-Bognar and Ferenc Nagy and David A. Rand and Andrew J. Millar},
  booktitle={Molecular systems biology},
  year={2010}
}
The circadian clock controls 24-h rhythms in many biological processes, allowing appropriate timing of biological rhythms relative to dawn and dusk. Known clock circuits include multiple, interlocked feedback loops. Theory suggested that multiple loops contribute the flexibility for molecular rhythms to track multiple phases of the external cycle. Clear dawn- and dusk-tracking rhythms illustrate the flexibility of timing in Ipomoea nil. Molecular clock components in Arabidopsis thaliana showed… CONTINUE READING
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