Michael S. Grace, PhD

Biological Sciences Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL, United States 
Circadian Rhythms, Visual and Nonvisual Photoreception
"Michael Grace"
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Schweikert LE, Bagge LE, Naughton LF, et al. (2023) Dynamic light filtering over dermal opsin as a sensory feedback system in fish color change. Nature Communications. 14: 4642
Emer SA, Grace MS, Mora CV, et al. (2022) Pit organ-based infrared discrimination sensitivity and signal transduction in the Burmese python (Python molurus bivitattus). Behavioural Brain Research. 113910
Gower DJ, Sampaio FL, Peichl L, et al. (2019) Evolution of the eyes of vipers with and without infrared-sensing pit organs Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 126: 796-823
Schweikert LE, Grace MS. (2018) Altered environmental light drives retinal change in the Atlantic Tarpon (Megalops atlanticus) over timescales relevant to marine environmental disturbance. Bmc Ecology. 18: 1
Kopperud KL, Grace MS. (2017) Circadian Rhythms of Retinomotor Movement in a Marine Megapredator, the Atlantic Tarpon, Megalops atlanticus. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 18
Schweikert LE, Grace MS. (2017) Spectral Sensitivity Change May Precede Habitat Shift in the Developing Retina of the Atlantic Tarpon (Megalops atlanticus). Physiological and Biochemical Zoology : Pbz. 90: 553-563
Hammerschlag N, Meyer C, Grace M, et al. (2017) Shining a light on fish at night: an overview of fish and fisheries in the dark of night, and in deep and polar seas Bulletin of Marine Science. 93: 253-284
Kopperud K, Grace M. (2017) Circadian rhythms of retinal sensitivity in the Atlantic tarpon, Megalops atlanticus Bulletin of Marine Science. 93: 285-300
Grace M, Taylor S. (2017) Species-specific development of retinal architecture in elopomorph fishes: adaptations for harvesting light in the dark Bulletin of Marine Science. 93: 339-354
Schweikert LE, Fasick JI, Grace MS. (2016) Evolutionary loss of cone photoreception in balaenid whales reveals circuit stability in the mammalian retina. The Journal of Comparative Neurology
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