Dr Caroline Fabre C.G.

Interests

Substrate-borne communication during Drosophila courtship

Research Focus

Keywords

substrate-borne

communication

quivering

female receptivity

courtship

Clinical conditions

No direct clinical relevance

Equipment

Behavioural analysis

High Speed High Resolution video recording, laser vibrometry

Collaborators

No collaborators listed

Associated News Items


    Publications

    2015

    Medina I., Casal J., Fabre C.C. (2015), “Do circadian genes and ambient temperature affect substrate-borne signaling during Drosophila courtship?” Biology Open 4: 1549-1557

    2014

    Fabre C.C.G. (2014), “Shake it! Body language in animals.” BlueSci 30: 10-11

    2012

    Fabre CC, Hedwig B, Conduit G, Lawrence PA, Goodwin SF, Casal J (2012), “Substrate-borne vibratory communication during courtship in Drosophila melanogaster.” Curr Biol 22(22):2180-5 Details

    Krzemien J, Fabre CC, Casal J, Lawrence PA (2012), “The muscle pattern of the Drosophila abdomen depends on a subdivision of the anterior compartment of each segment.” Development 139(1):75-83 Details

    2011

    Pulver SR, Cognigni P, Denholm B, Fabre C, Gu WX, Linneweber G, Prieto-Godino L, Urbancic V, Zwart M, Miguel-Aliaga I (2011), “Why flies? Inexpensive public engagement exercises to explain the value of basic biomedical research on Drosophila melanogaster.” Adv Physiol Educ 35(4):384-92 Details

    Rez├íval C, Fabre CC, Goodwin SF (2011), “Invertebrate neuroethology: food play and sex.” Curr Biol 21(23):R960-2 Details

    2010

    Fabre CC, Casal J, Lawrence PA (2010), “Mechanosensilla in the adult abdomen of Drosophila: engrailed and slit help to corral the peripheral sensory axons into segmental bundles.” Development 137(17):2885-94 Details

    2008

    Fabre CC, Casal J, Lawrence PA (2008), “The abdomen of Drosophila: does planar cell polarity orient the neurons of mechanosensory bristles?” Neural Dev 3:12 Details