Data from: Dietary choices are influenced by genotype, mating status, and sex in Drosophila melanogaster

M. Florencia Camus, Chun-Chen Huang, Max Reuter, Kevin Fowler & Chun-Cheng Huang
Mating causes many changes in physiology, behaviour and gene expression in a wide range of organisms. These changes are predicted to be sex-specific, influenced by the divergent reproductive roles of the sexes. In female insects, mating is associated with an increase in egg production which requires high levels of nutritional input with direct consequences for the physiological needs of individual females. Consequently, females alter their nutritional acquisition in line with the physiological demands imposed by...
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