Study Detail

TitleDissecting an extended phenotype: genomics of the induction and formation of oak galls by a cynipid gallwasp
Study TypeOther
Abstract Plant galls are dramatic examples of extended phenotypes, in which plant development is hijacked to produce novel tissues and structures that benefit another organism. The genetic processes underlying gall induction are largely unknown. A radiation of cynipid gallwasps induces some of the most drama .. [more]
Description Plant galls are dramatic examples of extended phenotypes, in which plant development is hijacked to produce novel tissues and structures that benefit another organism. The genetic processes underlying gall induction are largely unknown. A radiation of cynipid gallwasps induces some of the most drama .. [more]
Center NameINSTITUTE OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY