Light Intensity Appears to be More Important than an Endogenous Seasonal Clock for Regulating Structural Rhythms in the Lateral Eye of the Horseshoe Crab
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Zarse, C.A., Deaton, E.A., & Weiner, W.W. (2004). Light intensity appears to be more important than an endogenous seasonal clock for regulating structural rhythms in the lateral eye of the horseshoe crab. In Biomedical Sciences Instrumentation, 40, 407-412.