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The Border Mail
Fruit flies aiming highA troupe of Albury-based Flying Fruit Fly Circus graduates have banded together
Fruit flies aiming high
The Border Mail / Posted 58 minutes ago
A troupe of Albury-based Flying Fruit Fly Circus graduates have banded together to form their own company and now want to take their show overseas. BALANCING ACT: Jess Mews and Zach Johnson demonstrate their skills before a show at the LibraryMusuem... Read more
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NZCity
New border staff to help passenger flowbiosecurity controls more quickly. With another busy summer ahead, Mr Gilbert
New border staff to help passenger flow
NZCity / Posted 8 hours ago
biosecurity controls more quickly. With another busy summer ahead, Mr Gilbert said staff were conscious of the increasing fruit fly threat from Australia and parts of the Pacific. They were also on the lookout for other threats like the brown... Read more
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The Border Mail
Letters to the editorPlace with the flood water half way up the bike frame and watching the staff at
Letters to the editor
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
Place with the flood water half way up the bike frame and watching the staff at the Adelyn clothing factory (now the Flying Fruit Fly premises) being taken to and from work by boat. I trained as a surveyor in Albury and returned as Council's... Read more
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PhysOrg
Researchers create technique for opening insects' exoskeletons to study living cellsIowa researchers have developed a technique to open insect exoskeletons to stud
Researchers create technique for opening insects' exoskeletons to study living cells
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
Iowa researchers have developed a technique to open insect exoskeletons to study live cells, such as the sensory cells in a fruit fly’s antenna, which carry nerve signals to the brain and are shown in this image using scanning electron microscopy.... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
New MPI frontline staff to protect New ZealandThere is likely to be record numbers of visitors arriving in New Zealand.“We’re
New MPI frontline staff to protect New Zealand
Scoop.co.nz / Posted yesterday
There is likely to be record numbers of visitors arriving in New Zealand.“We’re very conscious of the increasing fruit fly threat from Australia and parts of the Pacific. We are also on the lookout for threats like the brown marmorated... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Bike and beer celebration Tour de Fat returns to Tempe Beach ParkParty: The Chandler beer pub and restaurant will feature an awesome variety of
Bike and beer celebration Tour de Fat returns to Tempe Beach Park
The Arizona Republic / Posted 2 days ago
Party: The Chandler beer pub and restaurant will feature an awesome variety of New Belgium brews: Tart Lychee, Le Terroir, Fruit Fly, Pumpkick, Bretta IPA, Rampant, Slow Ride and Citradelic. Details: 5-7 p.m. Hungry Monk, 1760 W. Chandler Blvd.,... Read more
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PhysOrg
Eat, escape, love: the price of looking sexyconsumed. The researchers finally used the data together with previously known
Eat, escape, love: the price of looking sexy
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
consumed. The researchers finally used the data together with previously known colour vision of the bird predator, and the fruit fly prey, to model how visible the wing coloration is in natural environments. The researchers found that males are... Read more
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The Border Mail
Fruit Bats gone southHobart on Saturday and Sunday. The group, who range in age from mid-fifties to
Fruit Bats gone south
The Border Mail / Posted 6 days ago
Hobart on Saturday and Sunday. The group, who range in age from mid-fifties to early seventies, has rehearsed with Flying Fruit Fly Circus trainer, Ruby Rowat, to put together an act using juggling, balance and aerial skills. From Friday until... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Vietnamese dragon fruit imports could pose biosecurity risk says Northern Territory farmerAsian country, provided quarantine and food safety measures are met. The repor
Vietnamese dragon fruit imports could pose biosecurity risk says Northern Territory farmer
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
Asian country, provided quarantine and food safety measures are met. The report identifies seven species of pests, fruit fly and mealybug, which would require risk management measures. Liza Marasigan, who has 3,000 dragon fruit trees in... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
IU receives $1.9 million grant to investigate effects of congenital birth defects and age on the eyethe NIH grant will focus on studying cellular and molecular mechanisms in the e
IU receives $1.9 million grant to investigate effects of congenital birth defects and age on the eye
News-Medical-Net / Posted 9 days ago
the NIH grant will focus on studying cellular and molecular mechanisms in the eyes of Drosophila melanogaster, a species of fruit fly. Research on Drosophila can provide important new insights into human eyes due to the highly conserved nature of... Read more
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The Maui News
Ahead of the Classit highlights the actual techniques for self-development found in the words of
Ahead of the Class
The Maui News / Posted 11 days ago
it highlights the actual techniques for self-development found in the words of Christ. Call 205-8302 to reserve a space. * Fruit Fly Management class will be from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Community Services Building Room 205 at University of... Read more
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FSView
Research on fruit flies leads to cancer discoveryof epithelial tissue that degenerates and can be more prone to the development
Research on fruit flies leads to cancer discovery
FSView / Posted 11 days ago
of epithelial tissue that degenerates and can be more prone to the development of cancer through research on the common fruit fly. Wu Min-Deng, an FSU professor of Biology and the senior author and lab head of the research piece, explains that... Read more
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The Border Mail
Cash gives artists a chance to flourishare Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 4pm. Other recipients of the council cultur
Cash gives artists a chance to flourish
The Border Mail / Posted 12 days ago
are Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 4pm. Other recipients of the council cultural grants were Hot House Theatre, Flying Fruit Fly Foundation, Somebody’s Daughter Theatre Company, Wodonga Citizens’ Band and Lynette Callaghan. Organisations to... Read more
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PhysOrg
Light causes drosophila to take longer midday napThe large compound eyes left and right are clearly recognisable in the head of
Light causes drosophila to take longer midday nap
PhysOrg / Posted 13 days ago
The large compound eyes left and right are clearly recognisable in the head of the fruit fly. The four-cell Hofbauer-Buchner eyelet (yellow; only one eyelet shown in the drawing) is located underneath the compound eye. From the eyelets, nerve fibres... Read more
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PhysOrg
What happens when you poke a cell?of Fundamental Research provide the first ever description of the process of sp
What happens when you poke a cell?
PhysOrg / Posted 17 days ago
of Fundamental Research provide the first ever description of the process of sperm release live in an animal using the fruit fly, Drosophila. Dubey et al., in their manuscript published in the 12 September 2016 issue of the journal,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
What's in a name? "Organic" orange juice claims questionedhe does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray
What's in a name? "Organic" orange juice claims questioned
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 days ago
he does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray "poison on the trees" when there was a fruit fly outbreak in the region. Milla's "organic" orange juice Although he opts for biological pest control it would be... Read more
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The Courier
What's in a name?he does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray
What's in a name?
The Courier / Posted 19 days ago
he does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray "poison on the trees" when there was a fruit fly outbreak in the region. Although he opts for biological pest control it would be economically impossible for him... Read more
12 related stories
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Northern Daily Leader
What's in a name?he does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray
What's in a name?
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 19 days ago
he does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray "poison on the trees" when there was a fruit fly outbreak in the region. Although he opts for biological pest control it would be economically impossible for him... Read more
12 related stories
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The Young Witness
What's in a name?he does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray
What's in a name?
The Young Witness / Posted 19 days ago
he does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray "poison on the trees" when there was a fruit fly outbreak in the region. Although he opts for biological pest control it would be economically impossible for him... Read more
12 related stories
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Western Advocate
What's in a name?he does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray
What's in a name?
Western Advocate / Posted 19 days ago
he does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray "poison on the trees" when there was a fruit fly outbreak in the region. Although he opts for biological pest control it would be economically impossible for him... Read more
12 related stories
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Kiama Independent
What's in a name?he does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray
What's in a name?
Kiama Independent / Posted 19 days ago
he does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray "poison on the trees" when there was a fruit fly outbreak in the region. Although he opts for biological pest control it would be economically impossible for him... Read more
12 related stories
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Manning River Times
What's in a name?he does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray
What's in a name?
Manning River Times / Posted 19 days ago
he does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray "poison on the trees" when there was a fruit fly outbreak in the region. Although he opts for biological pest control it would be economically impossible for him... Read more
12 related stories
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Goondiwindi Argus
What's in a name?he does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray
What's in a name?
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 19 days ago
he does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray "poison on the trees" when there was a fruit fly outbreak in the region. Although he opts for biological pest control it would be economically impossible for him... Read more
12 related stories
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The North West Star
What's in a name?he does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray
What's in a name?
The North West Star / Posted 19 days ago
he does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray "poison on the trees" when there was a fruit fly outbreak in the region. Although he opts for biological pest control it would be economically impossible for him... Read more
12 related stories
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Daily Liberal
What's in a name?he does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray
What's in a name?
Daily Liberal / Posted 19 days ago
he does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray "poison on the trees" when there was a fruit fly outbreak in the region. Although he opts for biological pest control it would be economically impossible for him... Read more
12 related stories
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The Border Mail
What's in a name?he does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray
What's in a name?
The Border Mail / Posted 19 days ago
he does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray "poison on the trees" when there was a fruit fly outbreak in the region. Although he opts for biological pest control it would be economically impossible for him... Read more
12 related stories
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Illawarra Mercury
What's in a name?he does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray
What's in a name?
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 19 days ago
he does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray "poison on the trees" when there was a fruit fly outbreak in the region. Although he opts for biological pest control it would be economically impossible for him... Read more
12 related stories
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The Age
What's in a name? "Organic" orange juice claims questionedhe does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray
What's in a name? "Organic" orange juice claims questioned
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
he does use herbicides on his NSW property. And just last year he had to spray "poison on the trees" when there was a fruit fly outbreak in the region. Milla's "organic" orange juice Although he opts for biological pest control it would be... Read more
12 related stories
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News-Medical-Net
Fruit flies hold clues to how cancerous tumors get startedbody intrinsically have hot spots for cancerous tumors. They discovered this b
Fruit flies hold clues to how cancerous tumors get started
News-Medical-Net / Posted 20 days ago
body intrinsically have hot spots for cancerous tumors. They discovered this by examining a common household pest -- the fruit fly. "Flies and humans have a lot in common in terms of genes and pathways for developing cancer," said Wu-Min Deng,... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Staying on top of the fruit fly threatFriday, 9 September 2016, 1:03 pmPress Release: Plant and Food Research Plant &
Staying on top of the fruit fly threat
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 21 days ago
Friday, 9 September 2016, 1:03 pmPress Release: Plant and Food Research Plant & Food Research is a New Zealand-based science company providing research and development that adds value to fruit, vegetable, crop... Read more
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PhysOrg
The pleasures and perils of protein: Fruit fly study reveals new clues to appetite, aginghuman who's really hungry, a handful of nuts, a piece of cheese or a nice juicy
The pleasures and perils of protein: Fruit fly study reveals new clues to appetite, aging
PhysOrg / Posted 21 days ago
human who's really hungry, a handful of nuts, a piece of cheese or a nice juicy steak may really hit the spot. If you're a fruit fly, a nibble of yeast will do the trick. Why do we - and those flies that sometimes inhabit our kitchens - seek out... Read more
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The Border Mail
Shining with support– it’s really easy to do.” A family fun day filled with fireworks, arts and cr
Shining with support
The Border Mail / Posted 25 days ago
– it’s really easy to do.” A family fun day filled with fireworks, arts and crafts, jumping castles, pony rides and Flying Fruit Fly Circus workshops will run from 2.30pm to 6pm at the Kinross Woolshed Hotel on Sunday. Live entertainment will... Read more
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The Courier
Shining with support– it’s really easy to do.” A family fun day filled with fireworks, arts and cr
Shining with support
The Courier / Posted 25 days ago
– it’s really easy to do.” A family fun day filled with fireworks, arts and crafts, jumping castles, pony rides and Flying Fruit Fly Circus workshops will run from 2.30pm to 6pm at the Kinross Woolshed Hotel on Sunday. Live entertainment will... Read more
2 related stories
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The Border Mail
Shining with support– it’s really easy to do.” A family fun day filled with fireworks, arts and cr
Shining with support
The Border Mail / Posted 25 days ago
– it’s really easy to do.” A family fun day filled with fireworks, arts and crafts, jumping castles, pony rides and flying fruit fly circus workshops will run from 2.30pm to 6pm at the Kinross Woolshed Hotel on Sunday. Live entertainment will... Read more
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11 News Houston
Breakthrough drug in the battle against Alzheimer's diseasethe University of Texas Health Science Center's Barshop Institute For Longevity
Breakthrough drug in the battle against Alzheimer's disease
11 News Houston / Posted 27 days ago
the University of Texas Health Science Center's Barshop Institute For Longevity and Aging Studies, they're studying fruit fly brains to learn more about the human brain. Researchers hope that this will unlock the keys to Alzheimer's. Much... Read more
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PhysOrg
How maggots are influencing the future of roboticsEU-funded MINIMAL project, launched in 2014, has focused on the learning proces
How maggots are influencing the future of robotics
PhysOrg / Posted 27 days ago
EU-funded MINIMAL project, launched in 2014, has focused on the learning processes in a relatively simple animal, the fruit fly larva (maggots). Despite having fewer than 10 000 neurons, this creature is capable of learning quickly and... Read more
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KENS 5 San Antonio
Breakthrough drug in the battle against Alzheimer's diseasethe University of Texas Health Science Center's Barshop Institute For Longevity
Breakthrough drug in the battle against Alzheimer's disease
KENS 5 San Antonio / Posted 27 days ago
the University of Texas Health Science Center's Barshop Institute For Longevity and Aging Studies, they're studying fruit fly brains to learn more about the human brain. Researchers hope that this will unlock the keys to Alzheimer's. Much... Read more
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PhysOrg
How enzyme complex DCC recognizes the X chromosomeCredit: Sashkin / fotolia.com In male cells of the fruit fly Drosophila, the X
How enzyme complex DCC recognizes the X chromosome
PhysOrg / Posted 28 days ago
Credit: Sashkin / fotolia.com In male cells of the fruit fly Drosophila, the X chromosome is twice as active as in female cells. Researchers at LMU Munich have now discovered how the enzyme responsible recognises the chromosome. In many species, the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Tight DNA packaging protects against 'jumping genes,' potential cellular destructionstudent in the Duronio Lab who was first author of the study. Fortunately, ano
Tight DNA packaging protects against 'jumping genes,' potential cellular destruction
PhysOrg / Posted 28 days ago
student in the Duronio Lab who was first author of the study. Fortunately, another standard lab animal, the Drosophila fruit fly, has a more targetable set of histone genes. "The histone H3 genes we wanted to change are clustered in one... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Kenya Eyes Bigger Horticulture Deals at Nairobi Forumcan cause countries to lose market is when South Africa banned all imports of s
Kenya Eyes Bigger Horticulture Deals at Nairobi Forum
AllAfrica.com / Posted 28 days ago
can cause countries to lose market is when South Africa banned all imports of susceptible crops from Mozambique due to the fruit fly until appropriate measures were undertaken. This resulted in export commodities being lost," said Dr... Read more
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The Border Mail
Cube rapt to get JunkWodonga's The Cube will host the Flying Fruit Fly Circus' new production after
Cube rapt to get Junk
The Border Mail / Posted 28 days ago
Wodonga's The Cube will host the Flying Fruit Fly Circus' new production after a deal with the city's council THE Flying Fruit Fly Circus will premiere its latest production in Wodonga as part of a new deal with the city’s council to boost The Cube... Read more
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The Courier
Cube rapt to get JunkWodonga's The Cube will host the Flying Fruit Fly Circus' new production after
Cube rapt to get Junk
The Courier / Posted 29 days ago
Wodonga's The Cube will host the Flying Fruit Fly Circus' new production after a deal with the city's council THE Flying Fruit Fly Circus will premiere its latest production in Wodonga as part of a new deal with the city’s council to boost The Cube... Read more
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FOX News
8 gross bugs you didn't know you're eatingthe worst: 20 maggots are allowed for every 100 grams of drained mushroom and f
8 gross bugs you didn't know you're eating
FOX News / Posted a month ago
the worst: 20 maggots are allowed for every 100 grams of drained mushroom and five for every 500 grams of tomato products. Fruit Flies Buy a piece of fruit covered in fruit flies and you can wash them off. Buy a can of citrus juice and you’ll be... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
UA notebookwill study a gene known as "robo2" as part of the three-year grant, according t
UA notebook
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 1 months ago
will study a gene known as "robo2" as part of the three-year grant, according to UA. "The more we learn about robo2 in the fruit fly, the better equipped we are to understand the roles of its human counterparts in the contexts of development,... Read more
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The Border Mail
Letters to the editorfor fossil fuels. Peter Hood, Albury TRAPS A WASTE OF MONEY After a number of
Letters to the editor
The Border Mail / Posted 1 months ago
for fossil fuels. Peter Hood, Albury TRAPS A WASTE OF MONEY After a number of years of trying to deal with the dreaded fruit fly in our Albury garden, using fruit fly traps and nets over fruit trees with minimum success, I have come to the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Basic cell biology research into neurodegeneration may fuel understanding of neurodegenerative diseaseswhy and how the basic living units of the brain and nervous system function, or
Basic cell biology research into neurodegeneration may fuel understanding of neurodegenerative diseases
News-Medical-Net / Posted 1 months ago
why and how the basic living units of the brain and nervous system function, or don't. Studying a model organism such as a fruit fly or a worm may not have the more visible impact on neurodegenerative disease that human clinical trials have, Kosik... Read more

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