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How flies respond to honey bee pheromone: the role of the foraging gene on reproductive response to queen mandibular pheromone

Die Naturwissenschaften

Jan 1, 2014

Alison L CamilettiGraham James Thompson

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In this study we test one central prediction from sociogenomic theory--that social and non-social taxa share common genetic toolkits that regulate reproduction in response to environmental cues. We exposed Drosophila females of rover (for(R)) and sitter (for(s)) genotypes to an ovary-su...read more

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Entire Ovary
Apis mellifera
Mutant
Reproductive Physiology
Ovary
Apis mellifera preparation
Apis mellifera antigen
Metazoa
Metabolic Inhibition
Diptera
2
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How flies respond to honey bee pheromone: the role of the foraging gene on reproductive response to queen mandibular pheromone

Die Naturwissenschaften

Jan 1, 2014

Alison L CamilettiGraham James Thompson

PMID: 24323176

DOI: 10.1007/s00114-013-1125-3

Abstract

In this study we test one central prediction from sociogenomic theory--that social and non-social taxa share common genetic toolkits that regulate reproduction in response to environmental cues. We exposed Drosophila females of rover (for(R)) and sitter (for(s)) genotypes to an ovary-su...read more

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Entire Ovary
Apis mellifera
Mutant
Reproductive Physiology
Ovary
2
29

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