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000172537 0247_ $$a10.1016/j.tig.2010.04.004$$2doi
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000172537 037__ $$aARTICLE
000172537 245__ $$aEvolving olfactory systems on the fly
000172537 269__ $$a2010
000172537 260__ $$c2010
000172537 336__ $$aReviews
000172537 520__ $$aThe detection of odour stimuli in the environment is universally important for primal behaviours such as feeding, mating, kin interactions and escape responses. Given the ubiquity of many airborne chemical signals and the similar organisation of animal olfactory circuits, a fundamental question in our understanding of the sense of smell is how species-specific behavioural responses to odorants can evolve. Recent comparative genomic, developmental and physiological studies are shedding light on this problem by providing insights into the genetic mechanisms that underlie anatomical and functional evolution of the olfactory system. Here we synthesise these data, with a particular focus on insect olfaction, to address how new olfactory receptors and circuits might arise and diverge, offering glimpses into how odour-evoked behaviours could adapt to an ever-changing chemosensory world.
000172537 6531_ $$aOdorant Receptor Genes
000172537 6531_ $$aDrosophila Antennal Lobe
000172537 6531_ $$aMosquito Anopheles-Gambiae
000172537 6531_ $$aSensory Neurons
000172537 6531_ $$aMolecular Evolution
000172537 6531_ $$aChemosensory Receptors
000172537 6531_ $$aBehavioral-Responses
000172537 6531_ $$aHost Specialization
000172537 6531_ $$aAxonal Projection
000172537 6531_ $$aMalaria Mosquito
000172537 6531_ $$aEvolutionary Robotics
000172537 700__ $$g196838$$aRamdya, Pavan$$0245307
000172537 700__ $$aBenton, Richard
000172537 773__ $$q307-316$$j26$$tTrends In Genetics
000172537 8560_ $$fpierre.devaud@epfl.ch
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000172537 937__ $$aEPFL-REVIEW-172537
000172537 973__ $$rREVIEWED$$sPUBLISHED$$aEPFL
000172537 980__ $$aARTICLE
000172537 999C0 $$zBlumer, Eliane$$xU13360$$pUPRAMDYA$$mkathryn.aitkenmaulaz@epfl.ch$$0264413