Juvenile hormone suppresses aggregation behavior through influencing antennal gene expression in locusts

Wei Guo
Wei Guo
Juan Song
Juan Song
Xiangyong Chen
Xiangyong Chen
Dafeng Chen
Dafeng Chen
Dani Ren
Dani Ren

PLoS genetics, 2020.

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Animals often exhibit dramatically behavioral plasticity depending on their internal physiological state, yet little is known about the underlying molecular mechanisms. The migratory locust, Locusta migratoria, provides an excellent model for addressing these questions because of their famous phase polyphenism involving remarkably behavio...More

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