Effect of larval density on body size in Drosophila immigrans

Author: 
Ghalaut, M.S.
Abstract: 

Many environmental factors, biotic and abiotic interact to influence the organismal development. Organisms respond to environmental stresses with behavioral, physiological or morphological adjustment to counter its effects and maintain normal functioning. In the present study, the high parental density results in offspring with smaller body size compared to offspring from parents that reproduced at lower densities.

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