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The genomic signature of social interactions regulating honey bee caste development

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Dec 8, 2014

Svjetlana VojvodicTimothy A. Linksvayer

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Social evolution theory posits the existence of genes expressed in one individual that affect the traits and fitness of social partners. The archetypal example of reproductive altruism, honey bee reproductive caste, involves strict social regulation of larval caste fate by care-giving n...read more

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Gene Expression
Apis mellifera
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Larval Serum protein-1 Location
Human RNA Sequencing
Apis mellifera preparation
Genome
Genus Apis (organism)
Larva
EAF2 gene
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  • The genomic signature of social interactions regulating honey bee caste development

    bioRxiv

    Dec 8, 2014

    Svjetlana VojvodicTimothy A. Linksvayer

    PMID: 990012385

    DOI: 10.1101/012385

    Abstract

    Social evolution theory posits the existence of genes expressed in one individual that affect the traits and fitness of social partners. The archetypal example of reproductive altruism, honey bee reproductive caste, involves strict social regulation of larval caste fate by care-giving n...read more

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    Gene Expression
    Apis mellifera
    Study
    Larval Serum protein-1 Location
    Human RNA Sequencing
    6
    1
    12

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