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Diurnal Cycles


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Diurnal Cycles

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Epigenetic mechanisms in diurnal cycles of metabolism and neurodevelopment

Dynamic Organization of Microtubules in Guard Cells of Viciafaba L. with Diurnal Cycle

Diurnal changes in the QEEG: Two case studies analyzing the human sleep-wake cycle

Diurnal cycles of embolism formation and repair in petioles of grapevine (Vitis vinifera cv. Chasselas)

Changes in Tubulin Protein Expression in Guard Cells of Vicia faba L. Accompanied with Dynamic Organization of Microtubules during the Diurnal Cycle

GIGANTEA and EARLY FLOWERING 4 in Arabidopsis Exhibit Differential Phase-Specific Genetic Influences over a Diurnal Cycle

The trehalose pathway in maize: conservation and gene regulation in response to the diurnal cycle and extended darkness

Diurnal patterns of water use in Eucalyptus victrix indicate pronounced desiccation–rehydration cycles despite unlimited water supply

Job Strain and the Cortisol Diurnal Cycle in MESA: Accounting for Between- and Within-Day Variability

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Diurnal changes in the xanthophyll cycle pigments of freshwater algae correlate with the environmental hydrogen peroxide concentration rather than non-photochemical quenching

Variation in Spatial Distribution and Diurnal Activity Cycles of Ground Beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) Encountered in Experimental Settings for Study of Sustainability Issues

The role of the seasonal and semi-diurnal tidal cycle on mesozooplankton variability in a shallow mixed estuary (Bahía Blanca, Argentina)

Sampling Considerations for Designing Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae) Oviposition Studies in Iquitos, Peru: Substrate Preference, Diurnal Periodicity, and Gonotrophic Cycle Length

 

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Over the course of a day, variations occur because of the Earth's rotation. These diurnal cycles are prevalent in many meteorological variables, including temperature and relative humidity.

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