This volume covers the recent developments in chronobiology in both East and West Europe. It mirrors the advances of Chronomedicine, the increasing interest for the inherent time structure of living systems, and their interactions with the external world, as well as their practical applications, as presented by distinguished scientist at the VIIth annual meeting of the European Society for Chronobiology in Marburg 1991.
Frankfurt/M., Berlin, Bern, New York, Paris, Wien, 1993. VIII, 708 pp., num. tab. and graph.
Contents: Chronobiology - Chronomedicine - Coordination and interaction - Entrainment - Photoperiod - Light effects - Development
and aging - Basic and cellular aspects - Monitoring and data analysis - Occupational aspects - Chronopharmacology and Toxicology
- Clinical aspects - Coupled Oscillators, Chronobiological Aspects of Physical Medicine and Cure Treatment.