Symposium: Taste variation and its role in insect ecology
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The success of insects depends in part on their successful exploitation of various habitats and ecological niches. Variations in taste that accompany ecological diversity may in fact be critical for adaptive behaviors. Recent studies have made exciting inroads in probing molecular and cellular and neurophysiological mechanisms underlying taste variation over evolutionary times scales (comparing different species, or different populations of the same species), as well as over the life time of an insect (such as changes induced by prior experience and internal states).
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