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2018 Henry et al JEB 100%

Hormesis-like effect of mild larval crowding on thermotolerance in Drosophila flies (doi:


2018 Henry and Colinet 2018 Sci Nat 78%

In insects, some studies investigated microbiota effects on thermotolerance.


2013 Colinet et al. IBMB 78%

Received 26 November 2012 Received in revised form 11 January 2013 Accepted 31 January 2013 Thermal acclimation drastically alters thermotolerance of ectotherms, but the mechanisms determining this plastic response are not fully understood.


2012 Colinet & Hoffmann Funct Ecol 57%

To cope with stressful environmental temperatures, organisms can enhance thermotolerance when exposed to sub-lethal temperatures before thermal stress, a phenomenon referred to as thermal acclimation.


2017 Colinet et al-Scientific Reports 51%

Most ectothermic animals have the capacity to modify their thermotolerance to cope with environmental fluctuations.


2019 Enriquez & Colinet BMC Genomics 30%

The spotted wing drosophila, Drosophila suzukii, is an invasive fruit pest that, like many other species, enhances its thermotolerance in response to thermal acclimation.


2015 Colinet et al J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci 28%

In Drosophila melanogaster, evidence of such a decline in young adults has only been reported for thermotolerance.


2012 Colinet et al Funct Ecol 25%

melanogaster has the capacity to enhance thermotolerance in response to a pre-exposure to sub-lethal temperature (Hoffmann, Sørensen &


2018 Colinet & Renault Exp Gerontol 24%

Interestingly, the temporal metabolic trajectories during the recovery period were similar in young and old flies, despite strong differences in thermotolerance.


2010 Colinet et al. JEB 22%

Inducible and constitutive heat shock gene expression responds to modification of Hsp70 copy number in Drosophila melanogaster but does not compensate for loss of thermotolerance in Hsp70 null flies.