Fruit Flies pp 79-80 | Cite as

Molecular and Genetic Studies of Alcohol Dehydrogenase of Ceratitis capitata

  • G. Gasperi
  • D. Kafetzopoulos
  • C. Savakis
  • A. S. Robinson
  • T. Loukeris
  • L. Baruffi
  • V. Bouriotis
Conference paper

Abstract

Alcohol dehydrogenase represents an interesting enzyme system in insect developmental biology, can be used as a marker in medfly transformation, and seems to be a synapomorphic character in phylogenetic studies of Tephritidae.

Keywords

Alcohol Dehydrogenase cDNA Expression Library Synapomorphic Character Ceratitis Capitata Ovarian cDNA 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1993

Authors and Affiliations

  • G. Gasperi
  • D. Kafetzopoulos
  • C. Savakis
  • A. S. Robinson
  • T. Loukeris
  • L. Baruffi
  • V. Bouriotis

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