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Biological clock (circadian & circannual rhythms), lecture 1 of 1, by sir raja muhammad adeeb khan - duration: 13:43 green hills 6,272 views. The biological rhythms are fluctuations in physiological variables within a time interval they have traditionally been studied from disciplines such as biology.
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