and biannual growth rhythms most of the species reached 60 % of their development during their first year, and 85 % or more during their second year.
FEEDBACK NEURAL SYSTEMS OPERATING DURING THE CIRCANNUAL
REPRODUCTIVE CYCLE OF THE EWE
Joo's latest epic is Circannual
Rhythm (pibloktok), 2003, a twenty-five-minute, three-channel video projection.
It can usually be readily differentiated from migraine and tension-type headache on the basis of 3 historical factors: its circadian nature, circannual
appearance, and short duration of individual attacks.
variation of fibrinogen was established for all patients, as well as for subgroups of dippers and nondippers (n=513; nocturnal blood pressure decline, 10%) by multiple-component analysis.
Effects of climate on the circannual
rhythm of the Eastern chipmunk (Tamias striatus).
The plant's circannual
clock indirectly regulates the locust's reproductive cycle in such a way that they are ready to lay their eggs when rain falls, just before the growth of the fresh green grass that the immature locusts feed on.
and reproductive cycles.
Studies have found that several factors influence testosterone levels, such as time of day, and on a circannual
cycle of seawater adaptability in Oncorhynchus nerka: Genetic differences between sympatric sockeye salmon and kokanee.
Characterization of circannual
patterns of metabolic recovery from activity in Rana catesbeiana at 15[degrees]C.
Seasonal cycles can be entrained and controlled by long-term circannual
rhythms (reviewed by Dunlap et al.
In this case, the annual cycle of reproduction is driven by an endogenous circannual
rhythm, which somehow becomes synchronized (entrained) with the external cycle of photoperiod.
Synchronization of the circannual
reproductive rhythm of the ewe by discrete photoperiodic signals.
Seasonal changes of testicular parameters in southern pudu Pudu pudu in relationship to circannual
variation of its reproductive hormones.