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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Unknown Factors In Chronobiology", presented by Professor Alexander Dubrov, provides an analysis of data published in the papers of leading chronobiologists and biosymmentrists, demonstrating that the variations of the geomagnetic field and tide-forming forces of the Moon and Sun provide the basis for the homeostasis in living beings.
But with 24-hour monitoring of blood pressure, hormone secretion and other variables, chronobiologists have shown that homeostasis is more complicated than that.
Ten to 15 years ago, when chronobiologists began promoting their findings, ``people would look at us as if we had stepped out of a spaceship,'' he says.
From the work of many chronobiologists and other scientists researching the effects of shift work on the workers and their output, we now know much more about the problems of shift workers, as well as their solutions.
Several consulting firms founded by chronobiologists gave scheduling advice to such companies as Federal Express, Detroit Edison, Exxon and Mobil.
An analysis of data, published in the papers of leading chronobiologists and biosymmetrists, demonstrates that the variations of the geomagnetic field and tide-forming forces of the Moon and Sun provide the basis for homeostasis in living beings.
Chronobiologists have up until now not given sufficient significance to these important factors of scientific research.
Chronobiologists, who study our internal body clocks, say the best time to rise and shine is when it starts to get light naturally.