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Glowing bacteria shed light on what makes biological clocks tick

Ashley N. Paddock, ashley.paddock@photonics.com

SAN DIEGO – Scientists have long known that plants and animals are governed by circadian rhythm – a 24-hour cycle of alternating light and darkness to guide biological processes. Although we know that our bodies are entrained, or synchronized, by light and would drift out of phase if left in the dark, we...Read full article

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