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[Drosophila] Re: Dros Digest, Vol 99, Issue 1

Ahmed Abdelsadik via dros%40net.bio.net (by aabdelsadik81 from yahoo.co.uk)
Thu Jul 4 05:35:01 EST 2013

 if there are high percentage of humidity and low oxygen content, larvae may suffer from hypoxia (low oxygen)

Ahmed Abdelsadik, PhD


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   1. I never saw this before (Mark Thorson)


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Date: Mon, 01 Jul 2013 16:06:37 -0800
From: Mark Thorson <nospam from sonic.net>
Subject: [Drosophila] I never saw this before
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It's plenty hot, with temperatures in the mid-90s
for the last few days during the hottest hours
from about 3 to 5 PM.

I noticed an interesting phenomenon.  Larvae at
all stages were climbing up the sidewalls of my
culture vessels.  After the temperature cooled
down, the larvae returned to the culture medium.

I'm sure they're stressed, but I haven't noticed
any deaths.  It won't be for another week or so
that'll I'll see any impact on yield.


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