Data from: A biphasic locomotor response to acute unsignaled high temperature exposure in Drosophila.

Daniela Ostrowski, Autoosa Salari, Melissa Zars & Troy Zars
Unsignaled stress can have profound effects on animal behavior. While most investigation of stress-effects on behavior follows chronic exposures, less is understood about acute exposures and potential after-effects. We examined walking activity in Drosophila following acute exposure to high temperature or electric shock. Compared to initial walking activity, flies first increase walking with exposure to high temperatures then have a strong reduction in activity. These effects are related to the intensity of the high temperature...
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