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Behavioral aspects of circadian rhythms in nonhuman primates
Jean Balch Williams
by Primate Information Center, Regional Primate Research Center, University of Washington in Seattle
Written in English
|Statement||Jean Balch Williams.|
|Contributions||University of Washington. Primate Information Center.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||18 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||18|
Here we report the discovery of the first intrinsic circadian disorder in a family of diurnal non-human primates, the rhesus monkey. The disorder is characterized by a combination of delayed sleep phase, relative to light-dark cycle, mutual desynchrony of intrinsic rhythms of activity, food intake and cognitive performance, enhanced nighttime. Purchase Hormones, Brain and Behavior - 3rd Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN ,
Circadian rhythms are the regular changes in biological processes that follow rhythmical patterns over a 24‐hour period. These rhythms involve, in addition to sleep‐wake cycles, changes in other body functions, such as the rise and fall of body temperature and blood pressure. Circadian Rhythms and the Human covers the basic principles behind the human circadian rhythms. This book is composed of 12 chapters that discuss the detection, analysis, and definition of rhythms, specifically exogenous and endogenous rhythms. This book also demonstrates the mechanism of metabolic and gastrointestinal Edition: 1.
Overall, it is now clear that circadian rhythms perform a systemic role to orchestrate all aspects of physiology in our body, including vital organ functions, metabolism, immunity, cognition and more. Journal of Biological Rhythms, Vol. 34, Issue. 3, p. trends in circadian activity are tied to other aspects of maturation during adolescence and will be disrupted by interventions that generally interfere with adolescent maturation. Data in this chapter suggest that adolescent trends in later sleep onset occur in nonhuman primates and.
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The environmental light-dark cycle exerts powerful synchronizing effects on the endogenous circadian clock of the SCN, thereby tightly controlling physiological and behavioral rhythms. The rhythmic control of the circadian clock on output functions can thus only be assessed in constant conditions where these temporal influences of the light dark cycle are by: Our recent application of these methodologies to rhesus macaque studies emphasizes that many physiological and behavioral events, and the expression of associated genes, have a distinct h expression pattern.
Consequently, it Behavioral aspects of circadian rhythms in nonhuman primates book important to take these circadian rhythms into account when designing experiments and interpreting the by: This book gives the reader a glimpse of many aspects concerning circadian rhythms, its importance and the reasons why deep research in this area is necessary for every aspect of modern life.
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This book is the first in a new series entitled ''Advances in Circadian Physiology." Our aim in this and subsequent volumes is to document and critically analyze the state of knowledge on biological clocks, circadian rhythms and their applications to human health, safety, performance and productivity.
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Citation: Fifel K, Vezoli J, Dzahini K, Claustrat B, Leviel V, et al. () Alteration of Daily and Circadian Rhythms following Dopamine Depletion in MPTP Treated Non-Human Primates. PLoS ONE 9(1. Disruption of circadian clock genes impairs sleep-wake cycle and behavioral rhythms, which may be implicated in mental disorders.
Several different psychiatric disorders, including depression, bipolar disorder, seasonal affective disorder (SAD), schizophrenia, and borderline-related disorders are commonly associated with abnormalities in Author: European College of Neuropsychopharmacology.
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There are prominent daily changes in physiology and behavior of primates, which are timed by the circadian timing system-a set of physiological systems that pro-vides the body with temporal organization. This article describes how human and nonhuman primates have been used to elaborate the structure and function of the circadian timing system.
The relevance of the circadian rhythmicity. There are prominent daily changes in physiology and behavior of primates, which are timed by the circadian timing system—a set of physiological systems that provides the body with temporal organization. This article describes how human and nonhuman primates have been used to elaborate the structure and function of the circadian timing by: 2.
While studies of the frail elderly showed an inverse relationship between DHEAS and cognitive ability [48,49], a comparable study in non-human primates failed to disclose a similar association. This difference in response could be due to the fact that frail non-human primates are usually not included in experiments, or that the timing of the single daily blood samples did not correspond to the animals’ circadian hormonal Cited by: The Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis in Nonhuman Primates: Circadian Rhythms of Stress Responsiveness and Aging Chapter (PDF Available) January.
The blinded mouse deprived of its eyes by surgery or genetics shows a small yet statistically highly significant period alteration of several circadian rhythms.
Such a circadian desynchronization is not found in a child studied (before and) after removal of both eyes for bilateral retinoblastoma. A major role in the synchronization of human rhythms in such a case and others is played by. title = "Circadian variation in the physiology and behavior of humans and nonhuman primates", abstract = "The rhesus macaque represents a pragmatic animal model for elucidating mechanisms underlying normal and pathological human by:.
Consequently, many aspects of their physiology and behavior show circadian and circannual adaptations. On the one hand, circadian rhythms are intrinsic to a wide range of body functions, including the sleep–wake cycle, metabolism, immune response, and reproduction (4), and a common human manifestation of desynchronized circadian rhythms is jet-lag.Interestingly, both of these drugs have been repeatedly shown to alter the circadian period, leading to a long period in Drosophila, nonhuman primates, rodents and humans (Johnsson et al.,Welsh and Moore-Ede,Klemfuss,Hafen and Wollnik,Dokucu et al., ).Cited by: Circadian Physiology is a comprehensive but easy-to-read book on circadian rhythms that is targeted at life scientists and health practitioners who are not specialists in biological rhythms.
The book is accessible to researchers, clinicians, and general readers and is well suited as a textbook for courses on biological rhythms.