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Evolutionary origin and exogenous cues of ~28 day infradian rhythm?
The most obvious example of an approximately monthly biological cycle is the human menstrual cycle. My questions are the following: Is it known when and where this cycle or one like it arose? What ...
Feb 21 '12 at 1:51
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