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By Theodore Friedmann, Jay C. Dunlap, Stephen F. Goodwin

The box of genetics is swiftly evolving, and new scientific breakthroughs are happening because of advances in our wisdom of genetics. Advances in Genetics continuously publishes very important stories of the broadest curiosity to geneticists and their colleagues in affiliated disciplines.

Volume eighty five offers an eclectic mixture of articles of use to all human and molecular geneticists on themes together with: organization mapping in crop vegetation; miRNA-mediated crosstalk among transcripts; unisexual replica; and more.

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2009; Liu & Kubli, 2003; Rubinstein & Wolfner, 2013;Wigby & Chapman, 2005) cause an increase in ovulation and oviposition. SP thus not only influences long-term sexual receptivity but also increases egg-related behaviors. Further evidence of the physiological connection between these two behaviors comes from inspection of the different functional domain of SP. Injection of fragments of this 36-aa-long peptide reveals that the decrease in receptivity and increase in egg-laying are both caused by the same region of the peptide.

1993). , 2002), implying again that the triggering of these two aspects of the PMR are not separable. Although Acp36DE-null mutants males transfer normal amounts of sperm to females, females mated to mutants store significantly less sperm than females mated to wild type (Block Qazi & Wolfner, 2003; Neubaum & Wolfner, 1999) and have increased receptivity already 24 h after mating (Neubaum & Wolfner, 1999). Although it has been shown that Acp36DE enters the sperm storage organs (SSOs) before sperm does and is suggested to promote sperm accumulation within these structures, the mechanism of this process remains unknown (Bloch Qazi & Wolfner, 2003).

So far this does not say much about the specific control of female receptivity. , 2004). retn is expressed in the mushroom bodies (MBs), suboesophageal ganglion, ventral ganglion, and developing photoreceptors. , 2004). There is however no information yet on the function of neurons expressing this gene and their connection with female receptivity, again not giving much information about how female receptivity is controlled. 34 Meghan Laturney and Jean-Christophe Billeter dissatisfaction (dsf) female mutants are also unreceptive to males (Finley, Taylor, Milstein, & McKeown, 1997).

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