Rhythm & cues: circadian clock genes and temporal reproductive isolation in the European corn borer moth (Ostrinia nubilalis).

Levy, Rebecca.

2015

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  • Abstract: Temporal reproductive isolation is currently a well-documented but poorly-understood mechanism for divergence between incipient species. The circadian clock regulates biological rhythms on 24-hour cycles and is potentially involved in detection of seasonal variation in photoperiod, and genes in this pathway are prime candidates for genetic control of both seasonal and circadian shifts in... read more
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