volume 163, issue 1, P9-25 2017
DOI: 10.1111/eea.12564
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R. Martín-Blázquez, M. Bakkali

Abstract: Abstract Recurrent locust population outbreaks have a tremendous impact on ecosystems and economies around the globe. These population outbreaks are associated with a shift from the usual solitary locust phase to a gregarious one. Most molecular research on locusts is focused on uncovering the basis underlying the change to gregariousness. With the increasing availability of ‘omics’ data, the research on this subject is entering a functional testing era. In order to successfully test functionality of a gene o…

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