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Journal: Gerontology
Gerontology (2013) 59 (4): 334–339.
Published Online: 10 April 2013
...-dependent changes in sleep will require integrative approaches that go beyond examining these two processes independently. The fruit fly ,Drosophila melanogaster, provides a genetically amenable system for dissecting the molecular basis of these processes. In this review, we examine the role of metabolism...
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Journal: Gerontology
Gerontology (1996) 42 (1): 14–17.
Published Online: 15 April 2009
... to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Life span Genetics of aging Reproduction at late age Drosophila melanogaster Gerontology Experimental Section Gerontology 1996;42:14-17 P. V. Bareta Éric Le Bourg'0...
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Journal: Gerontology
Gerontology (1993) 39 (5): 252–259.
Published Online: 14 April 2009
...Philippe Baret; Frédéric A. Lints The study of the genetic determinism of longevity in Drosophila melanogaster has made use of the technique of late-age reproduction. At low larval density, that indirect selection showed no effect. At high larval density, however, increased mean life-span in lines...
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Journal: Gerontology
Gerontology (1995) 41 (2): 69–76.
Published Online: 14 April 2009
...Robert Arking; Steven Buck An important tool in the genetic analysis of longevity and aging in Drosophila melanogaster is the use of strains selected directly for late-age reproduction and indirectly for extended longevity. Following some initial failures to select for extended longevity...
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Journal: Gerontology
Gerontology (1995) 41 (2): 82–85.
Published Online: 14 April 2009
...P.V. Baret; F. Beckers; F.A. Lints From the data of an experiment of selection for increased longevity, a realized heritability of longevity was calculated. The low value of this heritability (3.4%) was very close to values observed in other experiments concerning Drosophila melanogaster wild...
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Journal: Gerontology
Gerontology (1991) 37 (4): 187–192.
Published Online: 08 April 2009
...C. Fois; J. Médioni; Eric Le Bourg Habituation of the proboscis extension response induced by sugar tarsal stimulation was individually studied in males of Drosophila melanogaster all along the adult life span (2–71 days of age at 25°C). A polynomial regression fits the best the results: the speed...
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Journal: Gerontology
Gerontology (1983) 29 (6): 388–393.
Published Online: 08 April 2009
...E. Le Bourg The measure of the waning of an unconditioned response, viz. the extension of the proboscis in response to repetitive tarsal stimulations by sucrose, has been conducted in young and old Drosophila melanogaster as a mean to estimate habituation. The same percentage of young and old flies...
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Journal: Gerontology
Gerontology (1989) 35 (5-6): 235–243.
Published Online: 07 April 2009
...Frédéric A. Lints; Eric Le Bourg In Drosophila melanogaster daily fecundity has been recorded throughout life of flies kept at various gravity levels (1–5 g ). Hypergravity (HG) did not decrease total fecundity but modified its expression during life. The 1 g group could be opposed to the various...
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Journal: Gerontology
Gerontology (1989) 35 (5-6): 244–252.
Published Online: 07 April 2009
...Eric Le Bourg; Frédéric A. Lints Longevity of Drosophila melanogaster flies was observed at various gravity levels in three different breeding conditions of decreasing quality. A slight longevity decrease was observed in the 1–4 g range of the two best conditions. In the third one, a large decrease...
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Journal: Gerontology
Gerontology (1989) 35 (5-6): 253–259.
Published Online: 07 April 2009
...Eric Le Bourg; Frédéric A. Lints The viability of Drosophila melanogaster was measured in three conditions: (1) of eggs from parents living at different gravity levels (1–5 g ) , developed at 1 g ;(2) of eggs from parents living at 1 g , developed at different gravity levels, and (3) of eggs...
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