journal cover

Evolutionary interactions between Drosophila melanogaster and its parasitoid Asobara tabida

Heredity

Dec 21, 2000

D M GreenH Charles J Godfray

Abstract

Drosophila melanogaster is attacked by parasitoids that develop internally in the larva. They can defend themselves by a cellular immune response (host resistance), although this can be disabled by parasitoid countermeasures (parasitoid virulence). D. melanogaster and its parasitoids ar...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Host-Parasite Interactions
Pathogenicity
Hymenoptera
Larva
Adaptation
Resistance Process
Virulence
Local
Drosophila melanogaster
Tadpole
Paper Details
References
  • References18
  • Citations21
12
  • References18
  • Citations21
123

Similar Papers Found In These Feeds

Parasite evolution

Parasite evolution involves the heritable genetic changes that a parasite accumulates during its life time. Discover the latest research on parasite evolution here.

Parasite Host Response

The parasite host response refers to the process by which the host organism responds to and interacts with the parasite it encounters. Discover the latest research on this topic in this feed.

Microbial Ecology, Genetics, and Evolution

Microbes may exist in a unicellular or colony form. Here is the latest research on their genetic makeup, their relationship with one another and the environment, and their evolution.

Microbial ecology, genetics and evolution

Microbes are microscopic organisms which may exist in a unicellular or colony form. Here is the latest research on their genetic makeup, their relationship with one another and the environment, and their evolution.

Related Papers

Proceedings. Biological Sciences

Trade-off associated with selection for increased ability to resist parasitoid attack in Drosophila melanogaster

Proceedings. Biological SciencesSeptember 23, 1998
M D E FellowesH Charles J Godfray
Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution

Evolutionary change in parasitoid resistance under crowded conditions in Drosophila melanogaster

Evolution; International Journal of Organic EvolutionJuly 30, 2005
Amy E SandersH Charles J Godfray
© 2020 Meta ULC. All rights reserved

Evolutionary interactions between Drosophila melanogaster and its parasitoid Asobara tabida

Heredity

Dec 21, 2000

D M GreenH Charles J Godfray

PMID: 11122423

DOI: 10.1046/j.1365-2540.2000.00788.x

Abstract

Drosophila melanogaster is attacked by parasitoids that develop internally in the larva. They can defend themselves by a cellular immune response (host resistance), although this can be disabled by parasitoid countermeasures (parasitoid virulence). D. melanogaster and its parasitoids ar...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Host-Parasite Interactions
Pathogenicity
Hymenoptera
Larva
Adaptation
Resistance Process
Virulence
Local
Drosophila melanogaster
Tadpole

Similar Papers Found In These Feeds

Parasite evolution

Parasite evolution involves the heritable genetic changes that a parasite accumulates during its life time. Discover the latest research on parasite evolution here.

Parasite Host Response

The parasite host response refers to the process by which the host organism responds to and interacts with the parasite it encounters. Discover the latest research on this topic in this feed.

Related Papers

Proceedings. Biological Sciences

Trade-off associated with selection for increased ability to resist parasitoid attack in Drosophila melanogaster

Proceedings. Biological SciencesSeptember 23, 1998
M D E FellowesH Charles J Godfray
Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution

Evolutionary change in parasitoid resistance under crowded conditions in Drosophila melanogaster

Evolution; International Journal of Organic EvolutionJuly 30, 2005
Amy E SandersH Charles J Godfray
Paper Details
References
  • References18
  • Citations21
12
  • References18
  • Citations21
123
/papers/evolutionary-interactions-between-drosophila/11122423