chronobiologist


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chronobiologist

 [kron″o-bi-ol´ah-jist]
a specialist in chronobiology.

chronobiologist

[kron′o-bi-ol′ah-jist]
a specialist in chronobiology.
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Thomas Kantermann is a chronobiologist and researcher at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands.
I'm rather skeptical that--except in some freaky situations--life is better without a clock," says Helm, the chronobiologist from Glasgow.
A number of independent consultants have been retained, and are assisting Lifeline in the interpretive system upgrade, in particular, the noted chronobiologist, Dr.
This is the first study that has infected mammals with a pathogen and seen this effect," says Laura Roden, a molecular chronobiologist at the University of Cape Town in South Africa, who has found clock-driven immune responses in plants.
Depression, weight gain and sickness are just a few of the health risks when internal biological clocks fall out of sync with daily life, a chronobiologist warns.
Honeybees, as stand-ins for surgery patients, confirm that a bout of the general anesthetic isoflurane acts directly on the biological clock that governs body rhythms, reports chronobiologist Guy Warman of the University of Auckland in New Zealand.
Lockley, a chronobiologist at the University of Surrey in England, and his colleagues have made such measurements.
A chronobiologist, he studies the relationship between health and biological cycles, whether the rhythm of a heartbeat or that of the menstrual cycle.
For at least three decades, the cellular redox state in plants and animals has been known to change over circadian time [81], although many chronobiologists have long assumed that metabolic rhythms are a functional readout of the circadian clock and that redox oscillators simply provide feedback to the central TTL pacemaker [82].
Behavioral ecologists and chronobiologists have come together and founded The Chronoecology of Behavior, and it is to that nascent scientific discipline that the eight research and review papers here contribute.