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Discrimination between edible and potentially harmful foods is crucial for the survival. In Drosophila chemosensation by taste neurons mediates the recognition of attractive and repelling compounds, thereby controlling feeding behaviour.

You might want to check your flies’ taste if e.g. you work with genes expressed in the taste organs (in the mouth, labellum, the legs and wings, or the female genitalia), or with mutants not attracted by the food.

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Chemosensation

Adult taste behaviour in T-maze

Taste can be measured by placing an...

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Larval chemosensation

Larvae are attracted to sugars but...

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Discrimination between edible and potentially harmful foods is crucial for the survival. In Drosophila chemosensation by taste neurons mediates the recognition of attractive and repelling compounds, thereby controlling feeding behaviour.

You might want to check your flies’ taste if e.g. you work with genes expressed in the taste organs (in the mouth, labellum, the legs and wings, or the female genitalia), or with mutants not attracted by the food.

Results 1 - 2 of 2

Chemosensation

Adult taste behaviour in T-maze

Taste can be measured by placing an...

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Larval chemosensation

Larvae are attracted to sugars but...

Product details