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Author (up) Baker, J.A.
Title Energy management control system for fluorescent lighting Type Journal Article
Year 1998 Publication Renewable Energy Abbreviated Journal
Volume 13 Issue 1 Pages 148
Keywords Energy
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Call Number LoNNe @ kagoburian @ Serial 991
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Author (up) Baker, R.R.; Sadovy, Y.
Title The distance and nature of the light-trap response of moths Type Journal Article
Year 1978 Publication Nature Abbreviated Journal Nature
Volume 276 Issue 5690 Pages 818-821
Keywords Animals
Abstract LIGHT TRAPS of various forms have been used to collect and study moths for well over 100 yr, but surprisingly little is known about how they attract moths. There has been some evaluation of the factors influencing the size of light trap catches1–5 and of the mechanics of the terminal phase of the moth's approach to a light6, but virtually nothing is understood about the light-trap response itself. Such an understanding is perhaps unnecessary when light traps are used solely to collect specimens, but becomes crucial as soon as they are used for quantitative sampling or survey work7. Of particular importance to the interpretation of such work is a knowledge of the distance from which moths orientate with respect to a light source; it seems intuitively that this distance should be fairly large. We present here the results of three experiments designed to determine the distance of response of free-flying moths to an artificial light source. Our results support Sotthibandhu's claim4 that the effective range of a 125 W mercury vapour (MV) lamp is about 3 m. They also lead to speculation concerning the behavioural meaning of the light trap response in moths.
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Call Number LoNNe @ schroer @ Serial 590
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Author (up) Bakken, H.H.; Zank, E.E.
Title Light and Power: Rates and Costs of Service in Wisconsin R.E.A. Cooperatives. Madison. Type Book Whole
Year 1959 Publication Madison, University of Wisconsin Press Abbreviated Journal
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Keywords Economy
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Call Number LoNNe @ kagoburian @ Serial 880
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Author (up) Ball, L.J.; Palesh, O.; Kriegsfeld, L.J.
Title The Pathophysiologic Role of Disrupted Circadian and Neuroendocrine Rhythms in Breast Carcinogenesis Type Journal Article
Year 2016 Publication Endocrine Reviews Abbreviated Journal Endocrine Reviews
Volume Issue Pages er.2015-1133
Keywords Human Health
Abstract Most physiological processes in the brain and body exhibit daily (circadian) rhythms coordinated by an endogenous master clock located in the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) of the hypothalamus that are essential for normal health and functioning. Exposure to sunlight during the day and darkness at night optimally entrains biological rhythms to promote homeostasis and human health. Unfortunately, a major consequence of the modern lifestyle is increased exposure to sun-free environments during the day and artificial lighting at night. Additionally, behavioral disruptions to circadian rhythms (i.e., repeated transmeridian flights, night or rotating shift work, or sleep disturbances) have a profound influence on health and have been linked to a number of pathological conditions, including endocrine-dependent cancers. Specifically, night shift work has been identified as a significant risk factor for breast cancer in industrialized countries. Several mechanisms have been proposed by which shift-work-induced circadian disruptions promote cancer. In this review, we examine the importance of the brain-body link through which circadian disruptions contribute to endocrine-dependent diseases, including breast carcinogenesis, by negatively impacting neuroendocrine and neuroimmune cells and consider preventive measures directed at maximizing circadian health.
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Call Number LoNNe @ kyba @ Serial 1496
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Author (up) Ballasus, H.; Hill, K.; Hüppop, H.
Title Gefahren künstlicher Beleuchtung für ziehende Vögel und Fledermäuse. Type Journal Article
Year 2009 Publication Ber Vogelschutz Abbreviated Journal
Volume 46 Issue Pages 127-157
Keywords Animals
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Call Number LoNNe @ kagoburian @ Serial 690
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