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Effects of starvation and experience on the response of Drosophila to alternative resources

, : Effects of starvation and experience on the response of Drosophila to alternative resources. Oecologia (Berlin) 77.4: 497-505

The effects of starvation and previous diet on the response of Drosophila melanogaster and D. simulans to alternative resources were examined in the field in California by simultaneously releasing flies from different laboratory treatments then comparing the proportions captured on 2 different types of bait (wine and rotted fruit pulps). Starvation altered the response in all field releases.

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Accession: 001820197

DOI: 10.1007/bf00377265

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