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Arendt, J. Biological rhythms during residence in polar regions 2012 Chronobiology International 29 379-394 details   doi
Burkett, D.A.; Butler, J.F. Laboratory Evaluation of Colored Light as an Attractant for Female Aedes Aegypti, Aedes Albopictus, Anopheles Quadrimaculatus, and Culex Nigripalpus 2005 The Florida Entomologist 88 383-389 details   url
Dacke, M.; Nilsson, D.-E.; Scholtz, C.H.; Byrne, M.; Warrant, E.J. Animal behaviour: insect orientation to polarized moonlight 2003 Nature 424 33 details   doi
Fonken, L.K.; Aubrecht, T.G.; Melendez-Fernandez, O.H.; Weil, Z.M.; Nelson, R.J. Dim light at night disrupts molecular circadian rhythms and increases body weight 2013 Journal of Biological Rhythms 28 262-271 details   doi
Fonken, L.K.; Lieberman, R.A.; Weil, Z.M.; Nelson, R.J. Dim light at night exaggerates weight gain and inflammation associated with a high-fat diet in male mice 2013 Endocrinology 154 3817-3825 details   doi
Fonken, L.K.; Workman, J.L.; Walton, J.C.; Weil, Z.M.; Morris, J.S.; Haim, A.; Nelson, R.J. Light at night increases body mass by shifting the time of food intake 2010 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107 18664-18669 details   doi
Garaulet, M.; Ordovas, J.M.; Madrid, J.A. The chronobiology, etiology and pathophysiology of obesity 2010 International Journal of Obesity (2005) 34 1667-1683 details   doi
Gerrish, G.A.; Morin, J.G.; Rivers, T.J.; Patrawala, Z. Darkness as an ecological resource: the role of light in partitioning the nocturnal niche 2009 Oecologia 160 525-536 details   doi
Kronfeld-Schor, N.; Dominoni, D.; de la Iglesia, H.; Levy, O.; Herzog, E.D.; Dayan, T.; Helfrich-Forster, C. Chronobiology by moonlight 2013 Proceedings. Biological Sciences / The Royal Society 280 20123088 details   doi
Oike, H.; Sakurai, M.; Ippoushi, K.; Kobori, M. Time-fixed feeding prevents obesity induced by chronic advances of light/dark cycles in mouse models of jet-lag/shift work 2015 Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 465 556-561 details   doi
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