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Picchi, M. S., Avolio, L., Azzani, L., Brombin, O., & Camerini, G. (2013). Fireflies and land use in an urban landscape: the case of Luciola italica L. (Coleoptera: Lampyridae) in the city of Turin. J Insect Conserv, 17(4), 797–805.
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Pandey, B., Joshi, P. K., & Seto, K. C. (2013). Monitoring urbanization dynamics in India using DMSP/OLS night time lights and SPOT-VGT data. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 23, 49–61.
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Owens, B. (2013). Obesity: heavy sleepers. Nature, 497(7450), S8–9.
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Obayashi, K., Saeki, K., Iwamoto, J., Okamoto, N., Tomioka, K., Nezu, S., et al. (2013). Exposure to light at night, nocturnal urinary melatonin excretion, and obesity/dyslipidemia in the elderly: a cross-sectional analysis of the HEIJO-KYO study. J Clin Endocrinol Metab, 98(1), 337–344.
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Obayashi, K., Saeki, K., Iwamoto, J., Ikada, Y., & Kurumatani, N. (2013). Exposure to light at night and risk of depression in the elderly. J Affect Disord, 151(1), 331–336.
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Nowinszky, L. (2013). Light-trap Catch of Harmful Microlepidoptera Species in Connection with Polarized Moonlight and Collecting Distance. Journal of Advanced Laboratory Research in Biology, 4(4), 108–117.
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Nordt, A., & Klenke, R. (2013). Sleepless in town--drivers of the temporal shift in dawn song in urban European blackbirds. PLoS One, 8(8), e71476.
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Nimkingrat, P., Khanam, S., Strauch, O., & Ehlers, R. - U. (2013). Hybridisation and selective breeding for improvement of low temperature activity of the entomopathogenic nematode Steinernema feltiae. BioControl, 58(3), 417–426.
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Nievas Rosillo, M. (2013). Absolute photometry and Night Sky Brightness with all-sky cameras. e-prints Complutense. Master's thesis, , Madrid.
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Nickla, D. L. (2013). Ocular diurnal rhythms and eye growth regulation: where we are 50 years after Lauber. Exp Eye Res, 114, 25–34.
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