New research helps to explain how temperature shifts the circadian clock

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For many living things, a roughly 24-hour internal clock governs the rhythms of life — everything from sleep in animals, to leaf opening in plants and reproduction in bread mold. Scientists have come to understand much about this internal time-keeping system, but one important aspect, its complex response to temperature,…