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In the fruit fly, studies addressing stress tolerance variations with age have generally focused on groups of flies aged of a few days versus older ones (ie, >30 days) (5).
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The gene Frost (Fst) was first discovered when Drosophila flies were exposed to cold stress, but the biological function(s) of Fst has so far not been characterized.
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suzukii flies have been shown to survive temperatures as cold as ⫺7.5°C (94).
The Science of Nature (2018) 105:59 https://doi.org/10.1007/s00114-018-1584-7 SHORT COMMUNICATION Microbiota disruption leads to reduced cold tolerance in Drosophila flies Youn Henry 1 &
As found in other species, we expected that cold-acclimated flies would accumulate cryoprotectants and would be able to maintain metabolic homeostasis following cold stress.
Here, we promoted flies’ cold tolerance by gradually increasing acclimation duration (i.e.
THROW OUT Fly #2 is smaller than any +/- flies, but not by as much and could conceivably be part of the main distribution.
The results show that short interruptions of cold stress enhanced survival of adult flies.
Here, we conducted a large-scale comparative screening of phosphorylation networks in adult Drosophila flies that were cold-acclimated versus control.
The time to recover (short-term recovery) and mobility parameters (mediumterm recovery) were significantly impaired in the transgenic flies in which Hsp22 or Hsp23 was suppressed.