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Early transcriptional events linked to induction of diapause revealed by RNAseq in larvae of drosophilid fly, Chymomyza costata.
Poupardin, R; Schöttner, K; Korbelová, J; Provazník, J; Doležel, D; Pavlinic, D; Beneš, V; Koštál, V;
BMC Genomics. 2015; 16:720
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PMU-Autor/inn/en

Poupardin Rodolphe

Abstract

Diapause is a developmental alternative to direct ontogeny in many invertebrates. Its primary adaptive meaning is to secure survival over unfavourable seasons in a state of developmental arrest usually accompanied by metabolic suppression and enhanced tolerance to environmental stressors. During photoperiodically triggered diapause of insects, the ontogeny is centrally turned off under hormonal control, the molecular details of this transition being poorly understood. Using RNAseq technology, we characterized transcription profiles associated with photoperiodic diapause induction in the larvae of the drosophilid fly Chymomyza costata with the goal of identifying candidate genes and processes linked to upstream regulatory events that eventually lead to a complex phenotypic change.


Useful keywords (using NLM MeSH Indexing)

Animals

Cluster Analysis

Drosophilidae/embryology

Drosophilidae/genetics*

Gene Expression Profiling

Gene Expression Regulation, Developmental

Larva/genetics*

Reproducibility of Results

Sequence Analysis, RNA

Transcription, Genetic*

Transcriptome


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