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Drosophila melanogaster (redirected from D. melanogaster)
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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.
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suzukii larvae pupated with a single peak between 8:00 to 16:00, but most D.
The results of the present study clearly support the hypothesis that the elaborate cuticular pharyngeal armature of the D.
In conclusion, the ultrastructural features of the pharyngeal armature of the larval D.
suzukii cohort, pupae were present up to day 39, but all D.
This apparent effect of isolated rearing seems more obvious in the case of D.