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Publications

The human neuropsychiatric risk gene Drd2 is necessary for social functioning across evolutionary distant species

Adult sex ratios affect mating behaviour in the common housefly Musca domestica L. (Diptera; Muscidae)

Aggregation pheromones have a non-linear effect on oviposition behavior in Drosophila melanogaster

Divergent evolution of genetic sex determination mechanisms along environmental gradients

Genetic mechanisms modulating behaviour through plastic chemosensory responses in insects

Social modulation of oogenesis and egg laying in Drosophila melanogaster

Bioassaying the function of pheromones in Drosophila melanogaster’s social behavior

Divergent evolution of genetic sex determination mechanisms along environmental gradients

Is it time to say good night?: The effect of different sleep deprivation methods on hippocampal immediate early gene expression

Lack of alignment across yeast-dependent life-history traits may limit Drosophila melanogaster dietary specialization

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Press/media

Do aphrodisiacs really work?

What fruit flies can tell us about being social

Air pollution hindering mating of fruit flies by reducing output of male scent | Air pollution

Do aphrodisiacs really work?

牡蠣、巧克力…這些食物刺激性慾?專家破解迷思

Fruit flies lose their virginity lightly – and then become choosy

“吃出来的性福” 哪些食物能促进情欲(组图)

Do aphrodisiacs really work?

Inside JEB: Brains, not biochemistry, speed up hot flies

The perfect guinea pig - All hail the fruit fly

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