Identifying the molecular mechanism and genetic region for habitat specific clock variation in N.discreta PS4B

Ryan J. Pachucki
The 24-hour biological rhythm, or circadian rhythm, has been attributed as a fitness trait in multiple organisms. [1][2][3] To identify how organisms adapted their circadian rhythms to increase their fitness, we used a global population from the Neurospora discreta complex. Under cycling light conditions, North American strains in N. discreta PS4B exhibit no rhythms in their sporulation output. To understand the molecular variation of the oscillator underlying these divergent phenotypes, we analyzed the expression of...
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