Circadian mechanisms


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Circadian mechanisms

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Circadian mechanisms control the rhythmic cycles of physiological processes that occur over 24 hours. Circadian mechanisms are controlled mainly by the suprachiasmatic nucleus, in which cyclic oscillations in 'clock genes' regulate ion fluxes, hormone levels and variations in neural activity over a 24 hour cycle.

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