Symposium: Circadian clock system in insects: their mechanisms and physiological roles
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The circadian clock generates ca. 24 h oscillation to govern daily rhythms in physiological functions in insects. Recent progress in molecular technology promotes studies on molecular and cellular aspects of the clock system in various insects. The obtained results have shown mechanisms underlying the circadian timekeeping, light entrainment, and the regulation of overt physiology which are more complex than we expected previously. This symposium will discuss the recent findings on the insect circadian clock system and provide up to date information to audience with wide field backgrounds.
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