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The genetics of resistance to Morinda fruit toxin during the postembryonic stages in Drosophila sechellia

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Jan 20, 2015

Yan Huang, Deniz Erezyilmaz

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Many phytophagous insect species are ecologic specialists that have adapted to utilize a single host plant. Drosophila sechellia is a specialist that utilizes the ripe fruit of Morinda citrifolia, which is toxic to its sibling species, D. simulans. Here we apply multiplexed shotgun geno...read more

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Ficus citrifolia
Bacillus sp. M
BAT Loci
Species
Dipodomys simulans
Euphorbia simulans
Dioscorea simulans
Morinda
Resistance Process
Fruit
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  • The genetics of resistance to Morinda fruit toxin during the postembryonic stages in Drosophila sechellia

    bioRxiv

    Jan 20, 2015

    Yan Huang, Deniz Erezyilmaz

    PMID: 990014027

    DOI: 10.1101/014027

    Abstract

    Many phytophagous insect species are ecologic specialists that have adapted to utilize a single host plant. Drosophila sechellia is a specialist that utilizes the ripe fruit of Morinda citrifolia, which is toxic to its sibling species, D. simulans. Here we apply multiplexed shotgun geno...read more

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    Ficus citrifolia
    Bacillus sp. M
    BAT Loci
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    Dipodomys simulans
    8

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