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The role of the sugar receptor IR60b for Drosophila melanogaster: A hypothesis

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RT @InsectNeurobiol: Szyszka and Galizia propose that IR60b might be used as a sensor to monitor the digestive state of external food... ht…
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RT @InsectNeurobiol: Szyszka and Galizia propose that IR60b might be used as a sensor to monitor the digestive state of external food... ht…
Szyszka and Galizia propose that IR60b might be used as a sensor to monitor the digestive state of external food... https://t.co/9oEjdPURus
Szyszka and Galizia propose that IR60b might be used as a sensor to monitor the digestive state of external food or crop content https://t.co/vbcHTbUGCs @thePeerJ #insects
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105 days ago
The role of the sugar receptor IR60b for Drosophila melanogaster: A hypothesis https://t.co/rwNH7sFUlY
105 days ago
The role of the sugar receptor IR60b for Drosophila melanogaster: A hypothesis https://t.co/1GuCEykvSP
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Competing Interests

The authors declare that they have no competing interests.

Author Contributions

Paul Szyszka conceived and designed the experiments, wrote the paper.

C. Giovanni Galizia conceived and designed the experiments, wrote the paper.

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There is no raw data/code.

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The authors received no funding for this work.


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