Genetics of Taste in Drosophila View Full Text


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DATE

1994

AUTHORS

Veronica Rodrigues , Maneesha Inamdar , Krishanu Ray , K. VijayRaghavan

ABSTRACT

An organism’s response to the environment requires a neural circuit accurately programmed to detect, integrate, and respond to a stimulus. The fruitfly Drosophila melanogaster exhibits highly sensitive and stereotyped responses to a variety of taste stimuli. Subtle defects at any level of the pathway are likely to be amplified and hence detectable as a behavioral abnormality [1]. Mutant animals with defects in taste behavior not only allow analysis of the taste pathway per se but may provide a handle to studies on the nervous system in general. Chemosensory assays most often identify partial loss of function or hypomorphic mutations in these genes. The phenotype resulting from the complete loss of function can be studied by generating alleles at the locus and examining the phenotypes in stages and tissues where the gene is expressed. More... »

PAGES

215-218

Book

TITLE

Olfaction and Taste XI

ISBN

978-4-431-68357-5
978-4-431-68355-1

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-4-431-68355-1_84

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