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Characterization of the developmental stage at which the eye develops a mature circadian rhythm

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Lacmbouh G., Ade
Advisor(s)
Curran, Kristen
Date
2010
Subject(s)
Circadian rhythms; Gene expression; Chronobiology
Abstract
Real time PCR is used to quantitatively measure the amount of RNA corresponding to our clock and output (clock-controlled) genes present at various times of the day. These amounts tell us the level of expression of specific genes at the corresponding time points and therefore give us a tool to measure and characterize circadian behavior at a particular developmental stage.
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A poster containing visuals and text describing an undergraduate research project completed at the University of Wisconsin--Whitewater. The project examines genetic evidence of circadian rhythm activity in tadpole eyes.
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