Symposium: Semiochemicals as drivers for the evolution of behavior in flies
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Insects adapt their behavior to changing environments. This is especially relevant as we see an increasing number of species establishing outside their natural distribution, and moreover, the changing global climate is affecting insects in their native and non-native ecosystems. Recent studies have addressed how flies use their chemosensory systems to detect and behaviorally respond to chemical signals in a complex environment. The genetic toolbox available in the model organisms Drosophila melanogaster has brought to light some of the genetic and neurophysiological mechanisms involved.
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