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Is there a complex biological mechanism that is similar to that of a clock mechanism. I am looking for an intricate mechanism. I thought about Krebs cycle but I need something that is more ...
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The circadian rhythm? Sorry I'm not exactly sure what you're asking.
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Or do you mean that works by a mechanism like clockwork? The bacterial flagellum is similar to that if so.
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Is there a complex biological mechanism that is similar to that of a clock mechanism. I am looking for an intricate mechanism. I thought about Krebs cycle but I need something that is more ...
Oestrous cycle? You could probably look into other hormone cycles, but I'd've thought that the circadian rhythm might be nice.
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