Circaseptan

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A circaseptan rhythm is a cycle consisting of 7 days in which many biological processes of life resolve.[1]

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  1. ^ Macey, Samuel L. (1994). Encyclopedia of time. Taylor & Francis. p. 113. ISBN 0-8153-0615-6. 
  • Halberg F et al. 1965: "Spectral resolution of low-frequency, small-amplitude rhythms in excreted 17-ketosteroid: probable androgen-induced circaseptan desynchronization". Acta Endocrinol. Suppl. 103, 5-54
  • Kaiser H, Cornelissen G, Halberg F 1990: "Palaeochronobiology circadian rhythms, gauges of adaptive Darwinian evolution: about 7-day circaseptan rhythms, gauges of integrative evolution". In: Chronobiology - its role in clinical medicine (eds. Hayes DK, Pauly JE, Reiter RJ) Wiley-Liss Inc., New York, pp. 755–762
  • Meyer-Rochow VB, Brown PJ 1998: "Possible natural circaseptan rhythm in the beach beetle Chaerodes trachyscelides". Acta Neurobiol Exp 58, 287-290
  • Uezono K et al. 1987: Circaseptan rhythm in sodium and potassium excretion in salt-sensitive and salt-resistant 'Dahl rats'". Progr Clin Biol Res 227A, 297-307
  • G. CORNÉLISSEN, D. WATSON, G. MITSUTAKE, B. FIŠER, J. SIEGELOVÁ, J. DUŠEK, VOHLÍDALOVÁ, I., H. SVAÈINOVÁ, and F. HALBERG, "MAPPING OF CIRCASEPTAN AND CIRCADIAN CHANGES IN MOOD" http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2577283/

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