Drosophila melanogaster

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Drosophila melanogaster

A genus of fruit flies used extensively in the study of genetics. The development of the chromosome theory of heredity was largely the outcome of research on this species.
See also: Drosophila
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The results of western blot also showed that the caveolin-1 expressed mainly in adult of D.
suzukii eggs hatched with a single peak at 24-32 h after the eggs were laid, but D.
It is known from earler studies that male sex combs are involved in the exchange of tactile stimuli during courtship and mounting (Spieth, 1952), and, in D.
Further research involving diet and Indy gene expression should also focus on other characteristics of D.
The results of the present study clearly support the hypothesis that the elaborate cuticular pharyngeal armature of the D.
In the case of desiccation tolerance, significant and presumably adaptive variations were already described in D.
1980; David and Tsacas 1981), was investigated and compared to the cosmopolitan D.
1982), different mean ovariole numbers are characteristic of species in the D.