Stress-reactivity and juvenile hormone degradation in Drosophila melanogaster strains having stress-related mutations.

@article{Gruntenko2000StressreactivityAJ,
  title={Stress-reactivity and juvenile hormone degradation in Drosophila melanogaster strains having stress-related mutations.},
  author={Nataly E Gruntenko and Thomas G. Wilson and Maria Monastirioti and I Yu Rauschenbach},
  journal={Insect biochemistry and molecular biology},
  year={2000},
  volume={30 8-9},
  pages={
          775-83
        }
}
Juvenile hormone (JH) degradation was studied under normal and stress conditions in young and matured females of Drosophila melanogaster strains having mutations in different genes involved in responses to stress It was shown that (1) the impairment in heat shock response elicits an alteration in stress-reactivity of the JH system; (2) the impairment JH reception causes a decrease of JH-hydrolysing activity and of stress-reactivity in young females, while in mature ones stress reactivity is… CONTINUE READING

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