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Fig. 2

From: Climate stress resistance in male Queensland fruit fly varies among populations of diverse geographic origins and changes during domestication

Fig. 2

Variation in heat resistance of wild and domesticated Qfly populations. Data are first presented as normalised median knockdown times in minutes on exposure to 42 °C for each population in the generations designated as wild (G2/G3) and domesticated (G11–15). The data for both the wild and domesticated generations are then also shown as ratios against the S06 control used in the same batch of bioassays. Finally, the ratios of the median knockdown times for the domesticated vs wild generations for each population are given. Standard errors for the knockdown times were on average 5.34 and 2.55 for the wild and domesticated populations respectively. Note that not all populations were rescored at G11–15

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