Data from: Analysis of cytochrome P450 contribution to evolved plant toxin resistance in Drosophila sechellia

Rubye D. Peyser, Stephen M. Lanno, Serena J. Shimshak & Joseph D. Coolon
Drosophila sechellia is a dietary specialist species of fruit fly that has evolved resistance to the toxic secondary defence compounds produced by the fruit of its preferred host plant Morinda citrifolia. The genetic basis of adult toxin resistance is the result of evolution at five loci across the genome. Genetic mapping between D. sechellia and Drosophila simulans and subsequent functional studies in Drosophila melanogaster have identified candidate genes potentially underlying one locus involved in toxin...
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