Prof. Takashi Yoshimura's monthly series starts in Japanese Chunichi Newspaper
Professor Takashi Yoshimura's (Laboratory of Animal Physiology) monthly series "The Time of Living Species" has started in the Japanese Chunichi Newspaper on April 2, 2015. The series are scheduled to appear in Chunichi Newspaper on the first Thursday of each month for a year (will appear on the second Thursday in May, due to Golden Week holiday in the previous week).
Prof. Takashi Yoshimura
Series Title: "The Time of Living Species" Takashi Yoshimura
No. 1: "The mystery of the biological clock: Life ticking away the precise rhythm of time"
No. 2: "The third photoreceptor cell: photosensor to adjust the time"
No. 3: "The quail's photoreceptor: sensing light deep inside the brain"
No. 4: "Why roosters cry in the morning: sensing its arrival in the body"
No. 5: "Strict hierarchy of roosters: Priority depends on strength
No. 6: "Reproductive activity complies with seasonal changes: overcoming severe environments"
No. 7: "Discovery of the spring hormone: Body change by sensing the season"
No. 8: "The night hormone: Altering the reproductive period of mammals"
No. 9: "Fish's seasonal sensor: The important role of saccus vasculosus"
No. 10: "Learning from Japanese medaka: Genes contain information on daylength"
No. 11: "The Clock that determines the ovulation time: Rhythm present in the ovarian follicle of birds"
No. 12: "Finding medicines that work on the circadian clock through interdisciplinary collaboration"
Mouse with Japanese clock (pointing towards the time of the mouse)