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Second Body Clock Discovered in the Speckled Sea Louse

Animals  (tags: speckled sea louse, (Eurydice pulchra), Journal Current Biology, circadian rhythms, internal clocks, second body clock discovered, tides, new area of reseach, role in disease/wellness )

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The diminutive speckled sea louse (Eurydice pulchra) boasts two body clocks, one for night and day and another for the ebb and flow of the tide, according to research published today.

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Roger G (154)
Thursday September 26, 2013, 5:12 pm
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