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Fly Study Examines How Circadian Clocks Are Affected by Polar Life

News   Nov 05, 2019 | Original story from the University of Würzburg

 
Fly Study Examines How Circadian Clocks Are Affected by Polar Life

In temperate latitudes, the circadian clock of the fruit fly follows a clear rhythm. Animals that live near the poles in contrast exhibit a highly arrhythmic behaviour. Credit: Enrico Bertolini

 
 
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