2022
DOI: 10.1101/2022.07.18.500543
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Abstract: Drosophila experimental evolution, with its well-defined selection protocols, has long supplied useful genetic material for the analysis of functional physiology. While there is a long tradition of interpreting the effects of large-effect mutants physiologically, in the genomic era identifying and interpreting gene-to-phenotype relationships has been challenging, with many labs not resolving how physiological traits are affected by multiple genes throughout the genome. Drosophila experimental evolution has dem… Show more

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