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Natural variation in food acquisition mediated via a Drosophila cGMP-dependent protein kinase

The Journal of Experimental Biology

Oct 9, 2007

Karla R KaunM B Sokolowski

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In natural environments where food abundance and quality can change drastically over time, animals must continuously alter their food acquisition strategies. Although genetic variation contributes to this plasticity, the specific genes involved and their interactions with the environmen...read more

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Genes, Insect
Energy Metabolism
Process of Absorption
Survival Analysis
Drosophila
Nutrients
Glucose, (beta-D)-Isomer
Larva
Eating
Response to Food
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Natural variation in food acquisition mediated via a Drosophila cGMP-dependent protein kinase

The Journal of Experimental Biology

Oct 9, 2007

Karla R KaunM B Sokolowski

PMID: 17921156

DOI: 10.1242/jeb.006924

Abstract

In natural environments where food abundance and quality can change drastically over time, animals must continuously alter their food acquisition strategies. Although genetic variation contributes to this plasticity, the specific genes involved and their interactions with the environmen...read more

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Genes, Insect
Energy Metabolism
Process of Absorption
Survival Analysis
Drosophila
Nutrients
Glucose, (beta-D)-Isomer
Larva
Eating
Response to Food
1
103

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