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Investigating the origin of circatidal rhythms in freshwater snails

Whereas most organisms have organic clocks synchronized with the day-night cycle (circadian rhythms), marine animals in tidal areas have additionally developed circatidal rhythms to align with the tidal cycle. Evaluating the exercise and genetic expression of snails from tidal and non-tidal areas, researchers exhibit that circatidal rhythms develop as snails adapt to tidal environments. These findings spotlight the flexibleness of organic clocks, enabling organisms to regulate their rhythms in response to the surroundings.