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I was wondering whether or not there exist certain pathways that are triggered by a temporal signal.

We're almost at the winter solstice now. Does animal or plant function involve signals that are only activated at this time of the year?

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Yes there can be temporal stimulation to breed in certain animals. – biogirl Dec 20 '13 at 10:34