Data from: A locus in Drosophila sechellia affecting tolerance of a host plant toxin

Eric A. Hungate, Eric J. Earley, Ian A. Boussy, David A. Turissini, Chau-Ti Ting, Jennifer R. Moran, Mao-Lien Wu, Chung-I Wu & Corbin D. Jones
Many insects feed on only one or a few types of host. These host specialists often evolve a preference for chemical cues emanting from their host and develop mechanisms for circumventing their host’s defenses. Adaptations like these are central to evolutionary biology, yet our understanding of their genetics remains incomplete. Drosophila sechellia, an emerging model for the genetics of host specialization, is an island endemic that has adapted to chemical toxins present in the fruit...
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