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The dependence of heat resistance of drosophila on environment temperature and the relation of this character to mutation process



The dependence of heat resistance of drosophila on environment temperature and the relation of this character to mutation process



Genetika 21(10): 1657-1661



The sensitivity of Drosophila T-line germ cells to high temperature depends on heat resistance of individuals. This property of germ cells is rather formed during ontogenesis, in dependence of developmental temperature, than determined by genetical preadaptation as such, i.e. the belonging of females to heat resistant T-line. The ability of females to alter heat resistance during the imago stage (in the first days after eclosion), i.e. to be acclimated to a changed temperature does not affect germ cells, reaction to the extreme temperature which had been formed in ontogenesis at a certain developmental temperature.

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