DescriptionPrestigious contributors describe the genetic, molecular, anatomical and neurochemical mechanisms and pathways that operate to regulate and control circadian rhythmicity and functioning in organisms ranging from unicellular algae to human beings. Also considers the implications of the basic and clinical research for humans.
The Genetic Basis of the Circadian Clock: Identification of frq and FRQ as Clock Components in Neurospora (J. Dunlap, et al.).
The Effects of Temperature Change on the Circadian Clock of Neurospora (L. Rensing, et al.).
Circadian Pacemakers in Vertebrates (M. Ralph & M. Hurd).
Organization of the Mammalian Circadian System (R. Moore).
A Non-Photic Gateway to the Circadian Clock of Hamsters (N. Mrosovsky).
Immediate-Early Genes and the Neuronal Bases of Photic and Non-Photic Entrainment (M. Hastings, et al.).
Interaction Between the Circadian Clocks of Mother and Fetus (S. Reppert).
The Effect of Light on the Human Circadian Pacemaker (C. Czeisler).