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Biomedical Sciences - Neuroscience | Circadian Clocks

Circadian Clocks

Takahashi, Joseph S., Turek, Fred W., Moore, Robert Y. (Eds.)

2001, XXIII, 770 p.

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CONTENTS References .................................................... 447 PART V INTERACTION OF CIRCADIAN CLOCK WITH OTHER RHYTHMIC FUNCTIONS CHAPTER 17 Processes Underlying the Regulation of the Sleep-Wake Cycle Alexander A. Borbely, DerkJan Dijk, Peter Achermann, and Irene Tobler Sleep Homeostasis ............................................. 458 Definition, Conceptual Basis and Models ......................... 458 EEG Slow-Wave Activity as a Marker of NonREM Sleep Homeostasis ... 459 Manipulation of Sleep Propensity: Effects on Slow-Wave Activity ....... 460 Do Specific Aspects of Waking Promote Slow-Wave Activity? ........... 461 Developmental Aspects ........................................ 462 Neurophysiological Basis of the EEG in NonREM Sleep .............. 464 REM Sleep Homeostasis.. . . . .. .. . . .. ... . . .. . .. . . . . .. . . . . . .... . 464 Circadian Aspects of Sleep Regulation ............................ 465 Conceptual Basis and Models .................................. 465 Experimental Approaches ...................................... 466 Ultradian Aspects of Sleep Regulation ............................ 469 Integration and Perspectives. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . 471 . . . . . . . . . Interaction of a Homeostatic and Circadian Process ................. 471 Type of Interaction ........................................... 472 Independent Control of the Homeostatic and Circadian Process ........ 472 References .................................................... 473 CHAPTER 18 Mammalian Photoperiodism Michael R Gorman, Bruce D. Borman, and Irving Zucker Introduction ................................................. " 481 Seasonal Patterns in Type I Mammals ........................... 482 Critical Day Length .......................................... 482 Photoperiod History Effects ..................................... 484 Changes in Day Length ....................................... 484 Photorefractoriness ........................................... 484 Transmission of Day Length Information from Mother to Offspring ... " 485 Pineal Gland and Mammalian Photoperiodism . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . 486 . . . . Pineal Melatonin and Photoperiodic Responses ..................... 486 Circadian Mechanism for Photoperiod Time Measurement ............ 488 Photoperiod History Effects and the Pineal Melatonin Rhythm ......... 489 Sites of Melatonin Action . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . 491 . . . . . . . . . Photoperiodic Regulation of Multiple Traits ....................... 493 Body Weight ................................................ 493 xviii Pelage.... ............. ................... ............. .... 494 Prolactin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . 494 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Content Level » Research

Keywords » behavior - evolution - neurobiology - neuroscience - physiology

Related subjects » Animal Sciences - Neurology - Neuroscience

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Contributors: P. Achermann; T. Akerstedt; J. Aschoff; G. Atkinson; G.D. Block; E. Blumenthal; A.A. Borbely; Y. Bouskila; O.M. Buxton; D.J. Buysse; J. Carrier; C.A. Czeisler; S. Daan; F.C. Davis; M.A. Dew; D.-J. Dijk; F.E. Dudek; J.C. Dunlap; A. Eskin; B.D. Goldman; M.R. Gorman; E. Frank; M. Hall; J. Woodland Hastings; T.H. Horton; C.H. Johnson; T. Kondo; D.J. Kupher; S. Labyak; R.K. Leak; E. Leibenluft; J.J. Loros; J.H. Meijer; D.S. Minors; T. Monk; R.Y. Moore; P. Noewell; T.L. Page; P. Penev; M.R. Ralph; T. Reilly; S.M. Reppert; C.F. Reynolds III; K. Scarbough; G.J. Stecker; F.K. Stephan; I. Tobler; F.W. Turek; H. Underwood; V.S. Valentinuzzi; E. Van Cauter; O. Van Reeth; M.H. Vitaterna; J. Waterhouse; T. Weher; M. Young; P. Zee; I. Zucker.

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