refers to a 24 hour period. A circadian cycle would be a 24 hour period and a circadian rhythm would refer to the rhythm of activity of a specific mammal.
biological variations or rhythms within a cycle of 24 hours
A repetitive pattern or fluctuation with a 24-hour cycle.
Pertaining to rhythmic biological cycles that recur at approximately 24-hour intervals; "circa" = about, "dian" = day.
Pertaining to a period of a day. Ciradian rhythms are events that repeat at about the same time each day.
A biological activity with a periodicity of 24 hrs that is independent of environmental variation.
of or relating to biological processes occurring at 24-hour intervals; "circadian rhythms"
taken from Latin words meaning "around" and "day"
a cycle that lasts about 24 hours.
exhibiting a periodicity of 24 hours.
A term derived from the Latin phrase “circa diem,” meaning “about a day”; refers to biological variations or rhythms with a cycle of approximately 24 hours. Circadian rhythms are self-sustaining (i.e., free running), meaning that they will persist when the organism is placed in an environment devoid of time cues, such as constant light or constant darkness. For comparison, see diurnal, infradian, and ultradian.
Referring to cyclic rhythmicity corresponding closely to a 24 hour interval.
Circadian means being, having, characterized by, or occurring in approximately 24 hour periods or cycles; in relation to sleep cycles.
About one day; used to describe some body rhythms.
a term introduced in the 1950s, meaning of approximately 24-hour duration, which comes from the Latin circa (about) and dies (day)
Circadian is relating to biological processes occurring at 24-hour intervals pertains to noun.
Any periodicity that is near but not necessarily exactly 24 hours.