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|Title:||Acoustic communication in Drosophila.|
|Citation:||BEHAV PROCESSES, 2003, 64 (2), pp. 197-210|
|Abstract:||Acoustic communication during courtship has been extensively studied in many Drosophila species. Here we summarise approaches that have been applied to the study of both song production and hearing. These approaches harnessed a variety of genetic tools available in Drosophila, such as isolation of song or hearing mutants, QTL mapping and transgenesis as well as electrophysiology and behavioural analysis. We also provide a short guide for the methodology used in acoustic studies in Drosophila and discuss prospects and new tools that would benefit future research.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, Dept. of Genetics|
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