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Category Archives: Insect reproduction
Scientists in Australia have been hard at work watching fruit flies have sex. Why? To figure out how fly sex affects your food. It is a fact of life that the facts of life can cause problems, especially when fruit … Continue reading
Now that we know the Supreme Court’s decision on the healthcare law, we can get back to thinking about the big questions in life. For example: how does having an infection affect the health and vitality of your sperm? At … Continue reading
A new technique developed by Lars Hufnagel’s group at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory gives us a look at fruit fly development–from fertilized egg to crawling larva. Check out the full story here.
I recently read this paper about fig wasps. Then I took some aspirin, put a cold press to my head, and had a nap. You may have seen my one other post about plants, so you might already know about … Continue reading