circadian

[adj] - of or relating to biological processes occurring at 24-hour intervals
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circadian

nychthemeral Relating to or exhibiting an approximately 24-hour periodicity.
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Circadian

Circadian: Refers to events occurring within a 24-hour period, in the span of a full (24-hour) day, as in a circadian rhythm. Circadian rhythmicity is a fundamental property possessed by all organisms. These rhythms are driven by an internal time-keeping system: a clock. Changes in the external environment, particularly in the light-dark cycle, ent
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circadian

Relating to biologic variations or rhythms with a cycle of about 24 hours. ... Compare: infradian, ultradian. ... Origin: L. Circa, about, + dies, day ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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circadian

adjective of or relating to biological processes occurring at 24-hour intervals; `circadian rhythms`
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circadian

(sәr-ka´de-әn) denoting a period of one day, or repeating every day; see circadian rhythm.
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circadian

circadian Designating physiological activity that occurs approximately every twenty-four hours, or the rhythm of such activity.
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circadian

Type: Term Pronunciation: ser-kā′dē-ăn Definitions: 1. Relating to biologic variations or rhythms with a cycle of about 24 hours.
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