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A Single Gene Causes an Interspecific Difference in Pigmentation in Drosophila

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Jan 27, 2015

Yasir H. Ahmed-Braimah, Andrea L. Sweigart

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The genetic basis of species differences remains understudied. Studies in insects have contributed significantly to our understanding of morphological evolution. Pigmentation traits in particular have received a great deal of attention and several genes in the insect pigmentation pathwa...read more

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Dendrothele americana
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Diarrhena americana
Virilis group
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Dasyatis americana
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Chromosomes, Human, Pair 5
Dat (Dopamine N acetyltransferase) protein, Drosophila
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    bioRxiv

    Jan 27, 2015

    Yasir H. Ahmed-Braimah, Andrea L. Sweigart

    PMID: 990014464

    DOI: 10.1101/014464

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    The genetic basis of species differences remains understudied. Studies in insects have contributed significantly to our understanding of morphological evolution. Pigmentation traits in particular have received a great deal of attention and several genes in the insect pigmentation pathwa...read more

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    Dendrothele americana
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    Diarrhena americana
    Virilis group
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    14
    2

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