Based on presentations by worldarenowned investigators at the 72nd annual Cold Spring Harbor Symposium on Quantitative Biology, this volume reviews the latest advances in biological clocks and rhythms. Topics include genetic and cellular studies aimed at characterizing circadian mechanisms; systems approaches to understanding physiological, endocrine, and neural networks; and models used for studying mental and physical cycles. A variety of normal and abnormal chronobiological patterns are discussed, including sleep, aging, migration, hibernation, seasonality, depression, and arrhythmias.Coincident with the timing of PER degradation, TIM protein levels decrease due to light-induced degradation via the ... 2006). Output. The regulatory feedback loops that comprise the molecular oscillator in flies is found in various tissues ... each of which appear to function autonomously and can be directly reset by light (for review, see Bell-Pedersen et al. ... environmental timing cues to the peripheral aslavea believed to be essential for the generation and maintenance of 12 MACKEY.
|Title||:||Clocks and Rhythms|
|Author||:||Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory|
|Publisher||:||CSHL Press - 2007|