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Kempenaers, B., Borgstrom, P., Loes, P., Schlicht, E., & Valcu, M. (2010). Artificial night lighting affects dawn song, extra-pair siring success, and lay date in songbirds. Curr Biol, 20(19), 1735–1739.
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Kessel, L., Siganos, G., Jorgensen, T., & Larsen, M. (2011). Sleep disturbances are related to decreased transmission of blue light to the retina caused by lens yellowing. Sleep, 34(9), 1215–1219.
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Kloog, I., Haim, A., Stevens, R. G., Barchana, M., & Portnov, B. A. (2008). Light at night co-distributes with incident breast but not lung cancer in the female population of Israel. Chronobiol Int, 25(1), 65–81.
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Kloog, I., Portnov, B. A., Rennert, H. S., & Haim, A. (2011). Does the modern urbanized sleeping habitat pose a breast cancer risk? Chronobiol Int, 28(1), 76–80.
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