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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Evolutionary genetics of Drosophila mediopunctata|
|Abstract:||Drosophila mediopunctata belongs to the tripunctata group, which is the second largest Neotropical group of Drosophila with 64 species described. Here I review the work done with this forest dwelling species, and some applications of the methods developed using it as a model organism, to other species. Specifically I look at: the phylogenetic status of the tripunctata group and its relation with other groups in the Hirtodrosophila-immigrans radiation; D. mediopunctata's chromosome inversion polymorphism (altitudinal cline of frequencies and evidences of selection); the morphological variation of the wing and the development and applications of the ellipse method to describe the morphology of the wing; the variation on the number of aristal branches; the genetic basis of the polychromatism present in D. mediopunctata and its association with chromosome inversions; the sex-ratio trait and its use in the demonstration of Fisher's principle; and, finally, the finding of the transposable P-element in this species.|
|Citation:||Genetica. Springer, v. 126, n. 41671, n. 43, n. 55, 2006.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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