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  • Drosophila melanogaster. Meigen, 1830. Drosophila melanogaster (Black-bellied Dew-lover) a dipteran (two-winged) insect, is the species of fruit fly that is commonly used in genetic experiments; it is among the most important model organisms. — “Drosophila melanogaster - Academic Kids”,
  • One species in particular, Drosophila melanogaster, has been heavily used in research in genetics and is a common model organism in developmental biology. Indeed, the terms "fruit fly" and "Drosophila" are often used synonymously with D. melanogaster in modern biological literature. — “Drosophila - Definition”,
  • Drosophila is a genus of small flies, belonging to the family Drosophilidae, whose members are often called "fruit flies" or more appropriately vinegar flies, wine flies, pomace flies, grape flies, and picked fruit-flies, a reference to. — “Drosophila - Psychology Wiki”,
  • Drosophila is a genus of small flies whose members are often called The terms "fruit fly" and "Drosophila" are often used synonymously with Drosophila melanogaster in modern biological literature. — “Fruit fly - New World Encyclopedia”,
  • Note: click on a word meaning below to see its connections and related words. The noun Drosophila melanogaster has one meaning: Meaning #1 : small. — “Drosophila melanogaster: Information from ”,
  • Drosophila definition, a fly of the genus Drosophila, esp. D. melanogaster, used in laboratory studies of genetics and development. See more. — “Drosophila | Define Drosophila at ”,
  • The Drosophila life cycle consists of a number of stages: embryogenesis, three larval stages, a pupal stage, and (finally) the adult stage! Embryogenesis in Drosophila. Following fertilization, mitosis (nuclear division) begins. — “Drosophila Development”, biology.kenyon.edu
  • Definition of drosophila in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of drosophila. Pronunciation of drosophila. Translations of drosophila. drosophila synonyms, drosophila antonyms. Information about drosophila in the free online English dictionary and. — “drosophila - definition of drosophila by the Free Online”,
  • A quick introduction to research in genetics and developmental biology using the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster. — “Introduction to Drosophila”,
  • We used Drosophila, which encodes a single SMN ortholog, survival motor neuron (Smn), to model transposon-induced mutations, which affects approximately 50% of the Drosophila genome. — “Drosophila”, cellbio.med.harvard.edu
  • FlyBase: a database for drosophila genetics and molecular biology. — “FlyBase Homepage”,
  • Consortium to determine the complete DNA sequence of the euchromatic genome of the fruitfly, and to develop experimental and computational tools to probe its biological significance. — “Berkeley Drosophila Genome Project”,
  • Drosophila melanogaster larvae provide an ideal model system to investigate the mechanisms of axonal transport within larval segmental nerves. We describe procedures for recording daily locomotor activity rhythms of Drosophila and subsequent data ***ysis. — “JoVE Browse:Keyword Search: Drosophila”,
  • Drosophila melanogaster (Greek for dark-bellied dew lover : δρόσος Drosophila melanogaster was among the first organisms used for genetic ***ysis, and. — “BioScience Encyclopedia :: Drosophila melanogaster”, bioscience.ws
  • Characterization of Drosophila taste receptors. A computer algorithm that seeks proteins with particular structural properties, as opposed to proteins with particular sequences, has identified a large family of candidate odorant receptors from the Drosophila genomic database. — “Drosophila gene families: Taste receptors”,
  • The fruitfly (drosophila) was and is the traditional geneticist's tool. Cellular components and signals required for the cardiac outflow tract assembly in Drosophila. — “UNSW Embryology- Drosophila Development”, embryology.med.unsw.edu.au
  • External Drosophila Resources. FlyBase provides these links for the convenience of its FlyMine, an integrated database for Drosophila & Anopheles genomics:. — “Drosophila Resources”, rice.bio.indiana.edu
  • Encyclopedia article about Drosophila. Information about Drosophila in the Columbia Encyclopedia, Computer Desktop Encyclopedia, computing dictionary. drosophila melanogaster, drosophila research. — “Drosophila definition of Drosophila in the Free Online”, encyclopedia2
  • BIGpedia - Drosophila melanogaster Encyclopedia and Dictionary Online The life cycle of Drosophila melanogaster at 25 °C takes only 2 weeks; everything takes about twice as long at 18 °C. Females lay some 400 eggs (embryos) into rotting fruit or other organic material. — “BIGpedia - Drosophila melanogaster - Encyclopedia and”,
  • Drosophila is a genus of small flies, belonging to the family Drosophilidae, whose members are often called "fruit flies" or more appropriately (though less frequently) One species of Drosophila in particular, D. melanogaster, has been heavily used in research in genetics and is a common model. — “Drosophila - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,

Videos

  • Liqun Luo Lab Presents: Drosophila Brain Dissection Made EASY For details please check out: Wu and Luo, Nat. Protocol, 2006 ( )
  • Monitoring for Spotted Wing Drosophila Michigan State University Extension Specialist Rufus Isaacs explains how to monitor Spotted Wing Drosophila in fruit trees .
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  • Drosophila Salivary Gland Dissection Video demonstrating the isolation of the salivary glands from a Drosophila larva. These glands can then be used for preparation of polytene chromosome squashes.
  • The Drosophila Host Defense: A Model for the Study on Innate Immunity In recent years a remarkable evolutionary conservation of innate immune mechanisms has become apparent between flies, plants, mice and humans. Each of these species uses similar receptors to detect microbes. Therapeutic targeting of toll-like receptors for infectious and inflammatory disease and cancer and crop engineering of these receptors for resistance to infection is now a reality. [Show ID: 23508]
  • Drosophila Development This video explains the morphological changes that take place during the development of a Drosophila embryo. This video is from: Essential Cell Biology, 3rd Edition Alberts, Bray, Hopkin, Johnson, Lewis, Raff, Roberts, & Walter ISBN: 978-0-8153-4129-1
  • ***y Drosophila Courtship Fruit fly (Drosophila melanogaster) courtship set to Barry White sound track. Recorded by Dylan Clyne.
  • Drosophila Melanogaster On Banana These are my new flightless fruit flies (Drosophila melanogaster). They love banana :D
  • How to Identify the Spotted Wing Drosophila Fly Amy Deves, an entomologist with the Oregon State University Extension Service, demonstrates how to identify the spotted wing drosophila fly. Filmed and edited by Tiffany Woods.
  • PER/TIM Circadian Rhythm Model in Drosophila This is a video about a PER/TIM based model for the circadian rhythm in Drosophila. The model is from a the Paper "A Model for Circadian Rhythms in Drosophila Incorporating the Formation of a Complex between the PER and TIM Proteins ": m.nih.gov The background music is "Revolve" by His Boy Elroy, you can find his website at
  • GN312: Anesthetizing Drosophila melanogaster This video is intended to instruct students the proper way to anesthetize Drosophila melanogaster using CO2.
  • Population Genomics of Drosophila with Parallel Sequencing Methods Andy Clark, Ph.D. Cornell University NIH Intramural Sequencing Center 10th Anniversary Symposium Genome Exploration by Large-Scale DNA Sequencing: Circa 2007 and Beyond Tuesday, October 16, 2007 Masur Auditorium Building 10, Clinical Center National Institutes of Health Bethesda, Maryland More: www.genome.gov
  • Drosophila, baby! - Genetics Call Me Maybe Parody Drosophila, Baby
  • Dissection an Adult Brain of Drosophila dissection adult brian proper
  • Drosophila embriogenesis
  • AP Biology Lab 7: Genetics of Drosophila Mr. Andersen describes the virtual fly lab. Software at allows for multiple matings and statistical ***ysis. Intro Music Atribution Title: I4dsong_loop_main.wav Artist: CosmicD Link to sound: Creative Commons Atribution License
  • Early Development in Drosophila A quick overview on early development in Drosophila: axis patterning, segmentation, and segment identity and examples of specific genes in each of these stages.
  • Altitude control in Drosophila Flying animals need to control their altitude as well as their horizontal movement. Although much is known about the visual reflexes that regulate horizontal motion, little is known about the sensory-motor mechanisms used for altitude control. As described in this video abstract, Dickinson and colleagues used a 3D virtual reality environment to study Drosophila flight and found that flies use lateral visual cues to regulate altitude, not changes in the speed of ground motion as previously thought.
  • Model Organisms - Drosophila - Charalambos Kyriacou (Full Interview) Charalambos ("Bambos") Kyriacou is Professor of Behavioural Genetics at the University of Leicester, UK. His research for a number of years has principally focussed on circadian rhythms (biorhythms) in a variety of organisms, but especially the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster. His research group also study aggression and mating behaviour. He also collaborates with Dr Flaviano Giorgini in the Genetics Department in research using fly models to study Huntington's Disease. This is the full interview in which Prof Kyriacou introduces us to the value of Drosophila as a model organism and explains about the importance of biorhythms, including their relevance to human health. This film is part of a collection of resources on the use of model organisms in medical research produced by Dr Chris Willmott and Professor Andrew Fry of the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Leicester. Funded by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council and the GENIE Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, these videos show how the use of invertebrate species such as yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) and fruit flies (Drosophila melanogaster) can be applicable to human medicine. For further information about; Professor Charalambos Kyriacou www2 BBSRC GENIE www2 BioethicsBytes
  • Drosophila Courtship Song - Genetics - University of Leicester The courtship behavior of Fruit flies (Drosophila melanogaster). This film was made for the University of Leicester open day to celebrate the 200th Anniversary of Charles Darwins birth. It shows an example of ***ual selection; a special case of natural selection. The film was produced by the Department of Genetics at the University of Leicester. For further information about genetics at Leicester see; and for further information about behavior in fruit flies see;
  • Drosophila gastrulation A three hours hold fruit fly embryo is imaged laterally via fluorescence microscopy for 30 minutes. Myosin is tagged with GFP. This process, called gastrulation, serves in most higher organisms (including humans) for the formation of the three body layers: epi-, meso- and endoderm. To learn more, watch this video:
  • Fruit fly (drosophila melanogaster) courtship Male fruit flies go through a behavioral progression when courting females that includes: orienting towards the female, following/chasing her, wing vibrations (courtship song), licking her genitalia, attempting copulation, and copulation. The first pair here shows the male quickly progressing through the later stages of courtship. The second couple goes through the progression several times, until finally copulating. Feel free to use this in seminars, classes, etc.
  • Spotted Wing Drosophila, a New Invasive Pest in Washington State MOUNT VERNON, Wash.— In the berry fields of Washington State, a small fly has made its way from California, and is now causing headaches particularly in Washington State for small fruit growers. The Drosophila suzukii (Matsumura), or SWD, infests soft fruits with its eggs, ruining the fruit's market value. Named after the spots on their wings, the spotted wing drosophila was first discovered in Puyallup in strawberries. Since then, scientists at Washington State University have been working to provide farmers with methods to protect their crops from damage, while trying to understand the life cycle of SWD. For more on this story, follow this link: wsunews.wsu.edu
  • Headless Drosophila / 3 light pulses Supplementary Video for: Egeth (2011). Behavioral responses to light by headless anesthetized Drosophila melanogaster. Perception (40), 247-248.
  • Drosophila Genetics Lab Introduction An introduction to Newbyte Educational Software's breeding simulation software "Drosophila Genetics Lab". This simple overview will show you how to breed the first two generations of flies using this highly interactive software. Designed for use by biology students 16 years and older.
  • Observing Phenotypes and Crossing Drosophila melanogaster Drosophila melanogaster (the common fruit fly) is often used to for high school genetics studies. In this video, we show you how to use FlyNap® to anethesize Drosophila to observe phenotypes and perform crosses. /genetics
  • Eric Wieschaus (Princeton/HHMI): Drosophila Embryo Development Eric Wieschaus describes the events leading from a single celled Drosophila embryo to an embryo with many cells with distinct functions. View the whole seminar go to .
  • Aggression in Drosophila (fruit flies) A pair of male drosophila fighting on a food territory!!
  • modENCODE as Part of a Drosophila Search for Cancer Therapeutics - Ross Cagan June 20-21, 2012 - Genomics of model organisms and human biology: Insights from the modENCODE Project More: www.genome.gov
  • Drosophila_Hypocricy Neverending
  • Bananfluen, fruit fly (Drosophila melanogaster) You can see how i start a new colony of fruit flies.
  • flying drosophila The fruit fly Drosophila is flying on a hook.
  • Catch fruit flies (Drosophila) with vinegar How to catch some 50 fruit flies in 100 minutes. Recipe: Equal amounts of water and any WHITE vinegar (red will not work - I don't know why, maybe it's the colour). Add to this just a few drops of detergent to reduce surface tension.
  • Early mitotic divisions in a Drosophila embryo A one hour old fruit fly embryo is imaged via confocal microscopy. A Histone protein is tagged with GFP.
  • bicoid bcd mRNA gradient formation in Drosophila WATCH THIS VIDEO IN 720 p HD! See also: Formation of the bicoid morphogen gradient: an mRNA gradient dictates the protein gradient. Development 136, 605-614 (2009). The Bicoid (Bcd) protein gradient is generally believed to be established in pre-blastoderm Drosophila embryos by the diffusion of Bcd protein after translation of maternal mRNA, which serves as a strictly localized source of Bcd at the anterior pole. However, previous reports showed that the Bcd gradient is preceded by a bcd mRNA gradient. These early observations were revisited and extended. The results demonstrate that the bcd mRNA and Bcd protein gradient profiles are virtually identical at all times. This confirms the previous conclusion that the Bcd gradient is produced by a bcd mRNA gradient rather than by diffusion. Based on the observation that bcd mRNA colocalizes with Staufen (Stau), it is proposed that the bcd mRNA gradient forms by a novel mechanism involving quasi-random active transport of a Stau-bcd mRNA complex through a nonpolar microtubular network, which confines the bcd mRNA to the cortex of the embryo. Check also: www.med.lu.se
  • Drosophila Bicoid Movie Bio 93 online class. Three different types of bicoids. gene, mRNA, proteins
  • WaveFX - Drosophila Embryo - 63x Quorum's WaveFX confocal system is a laser based system using an optimized Nipkow Spinning technology capable of acquiring confocal images at video rates. This innovative technology significantly reduces photobleaching and photo-toxicity which makes it ideal for studying live cell activity in an undisturbed environment. The increased performance of the system is a result of the several optical modifications unique to Quorum Technologies. This video shows the development of a Drosophila (fruit fly) embryo at high magnification over a 1.5 hour time frame. The fluorescence signal is due to a Histone tagged GFP (Green Fluorescent Protein) construct, and mutiple cell divisions can be seen to occur in unison over the 1+ hour timeframe covered in this video. For more info see or send an email to info@.
  • Biology 1A - Lecture 20: Quantitative traits; Drosophila genetics General Biology Lecture
  • Drosophila genetic mapping Drosophila genetic mapping an dpoint mutation
  • The Drosophila Flight Simulator 2.0 Video with 3D animation about an experiment used to study learning and memory in the fruit fly Drosophila.