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Genetic variance for diapause expression and associated life histories in Drosophila melanogaster

Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution

Mar 11, 2006

Paul SchmidtM S Heschel

PMID: 16526509

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The dipteran Drosophila melanogaster can express a form of reproductive quiescence or diapause when exposed to low temperature and shortened photoperiod. Among natural populations in the eastern United States, the frequency of lines that express reproductive diapause in the laboratory v...read more

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Fertility
Layers CApy
Vitellogenesis
Both Ovaries
Inbred Strain
Ovary
Reproduction
Reproductive Development
Drosophila
Oxidative Stress
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Genetic variance for diapause expression and associated life histories in Drosophila melanogaster

Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution

Mar 11, 2006

Paul SchmidtM S Heschel

PMID: 16526509

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Abstract

The dipteran Drosophila melanogaster can express a form of reproductive quiescence or diapause when exposed to low temperature and shortened photoperiod. Among natural populations in the eastern United States, the frequency of lines that express reproductive diapause in the laboratory v...read more

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