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San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/28/2012 -- The fundamental alterations to female genes in fruit flies seems to hold a key to how many mammals, including humans, respond to sexual activity.
Scientists at the University of East Anglia studied how female fruit flies responded to mating. The researchers noted that a single protein found in semen generates a wide array of response in the females. At different parts of intercourse, differing triggers become apparent in the body.
Lead researcher Professor Tracey Chapman said: ‘It’s already known that seminal fluid proteins transferred from males during mating cause remarkable effects in females – including altered egg laying, feeding, immunity, sleep patterns, water balance and sexual receptivity.” She added, “We tested here the effects of one enigmatic seminal fluid protein – known as the “sex peptide” – and found it to change the expression of a remarkable array of many genes in females – both across time and in different parts of the body.”
The finding show that the protein is a “master regulator” which means that the males effect a global influence of female bodily behavior and reproductive action. These effects may well be noted across specie lines.
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