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Drosophila 16905R-1 , 16905R-9 A female-biased expressed elongase involved in long-chain hydrocarbon biosynthesis and courtship behavior in Drosophila melanogaster.
C.elegans tm1283 Casein kinase II and calcineurin modulate TRPP function and ciliary localization.
Drosophila DGRC#109642 Resolving mechanisms of competitive fertilization success in Drosophila melanogaster.
Silkworms Antennal lobe organization and pheromone usage in bombycid moths.
Drosophila Ectopic expression of sex-peptide in a variety of tissues in Drosophila females using the P[GAL4] enhancer-trap system.
Drosophila Binucleation of Accessory Gland Lobe Contributes to Effective Ejection of Seminal Fluid in Drosophila melanogaster.
Drosophila D. formosana 292.8 (E‐13401),  , D. ruberrima OKNH8 (E‐14601),  , D. rubida23.01 CAR‐316 , D. siamana 1741.00‐TC (E‐22701) , D. neohypocausta 1881.02‐TC (E‐22501) , D. quadrilineata TMU (E14402)  Evolving doublesex expression correlates with the origin and diversification of male sexual ornaments in the Drosophila immigrans species group.
Drosophila 7540-R1 , 7540-R2 Altered GPM6A/M6 dosage impairs cognition and causes phenotypes responsive to cholesterol in human and Drosophila.
GBIF Perspectives on invasive amphibians in Brazil.
C.elegans tm4409 , tm4951 , tm5037 KChIP-like auxiliary subunits of Kv4 channels regulate excitability of muscle cells and control male turning behavior during mating in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Silkworms Targeted disruption of a single sex pheromone receptor gene completely abolishes in vivo pheromone response in the silkmoth.
C.elegans tm1392 C. elegans dopaminergic D2-like receptors delimit recurrent cholinergic-mediated motor programs during a goal-oriented behavior.
C.elegans tm488 ANK repeat-domain of SHN-1 Is indispensable for in vivo SHN-1 function in C. elegans.