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The ability of Manduca moths to recognize changes in the profile of volatile compounds released by plants being attacked by Manduca caterpillars allows them to lay their eggs on plants that are less likely to be attacked by insects and other predators, and to avoid competing against other caterpillars of the same species for resources.
Silke Allmann, Anna Späthe, Sonja Bisch-Knaden, Mario Kallenbach, Andreas Reinecke, Silke Sachse, Ian T Baldwin, Bill S Hansson
10.7554/eLife.00421
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Christian Gallardo, Martin Darvas, Mia Oviatt, Chris Chang, Mateusz Michalik, Timothy F Huddy, Emily E Meyer, Scott A Shuster, Antonio Aguayo, Elizabeth M Hill, Karun Kiani, Jonathan Ikpeazu, Johan S Martinez, Mari Purpura, Andrea N Smit, Danica Paton, Ralph E Mistlberger, Richard Palmiter, Andrew Steele
10.7554/eLife.03781
Natural sugars are preferred over artificial sweeteners because of their nutritional content, which is sensed by MCH neurons in the lateral hypothalamus.
Ana I Domingos, Aylesse Sordillo, Marcelo O Dietrich, Zhong-Wu Liu, Luis A Tellez, Jake Vaynshteyn, Jozelia G Ferreira, Mats I Ekstrand, Tamas L Horvath, Ivan E de Araujo, Jeffrey M Friedman
10.7554/eLife.01462
Identifying and treating those groups of individuals that are most likely to transmit the malaria parasite to mosquitoes could help to control the spread of the disease.
Thomas S Churcher, Teun Bousema, Martin Walker, Chris Drakeley, Petra Schneider, André Lin Ouédraogo, María-Gloria Basáñez
10.7554/eLife.00626

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