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Diet influences host–microbiota associations in Drosophila

Gut microbes were previously suggested to influence mate preference in Drosophila melanogaster. Mate selectivity depended on the microbiota associated with flies after prior generations were maintained on different diets [cornmeal-molasses-yeast versus starch]. Subsequent studies attempted to repeat... Full description

Journal Title: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America May 15, 2018, Vol.115(20), p.E4547
Main Author: Obadia, Benjamin
Other Authors: Keebaugh, Erin , Yamada, Ryuichi , Ludington, William , Ja, William
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title: Diet influences host–microbiota associations in Drosophila
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description: Gut microbes were previously suggested to influence mate preference in Drosophila melanogaster. Mate selectivity depended on the microbiota associated with flies after prior generations were maintained on different diets [cornmeal-molasses-yeast versus starch]. Subsequent studies attempted to repeat these findings with contrasting success. We suggest that a nonstandardized, transient microbiota -- and how it is influenced by diet and dietary additives -- might account for the conflicting results. A point of contention between the studies is that a fungicide used in fly media, methylparaben (mp) -- also known as Tegosept or Nipagin M -- might affect bacterial growth and thus microbiota composition. Although Leftwich et al. argued that moderate mp (up to 0.3%) should not alter microbiota, a previous study suggested that high mp levels (~0.5%) can impact microbiota diversity. How mp concentration affects individual, fly-associated microbes on fly media has not been systematically addressed.
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abstractGut microbes were previously suggested to influence mate preference in Drosophila melanogaster. Mate selectivity depended on the microbiota associated with flies after prior generations were maintained on different diets [cornmeal-molasses-yeast versus starch]. Subsequent studies attempted to repeat these findings with contrasting success. We suggest that a nonstandardized, transient microbiota -- and how it is influenced by diet and dietary additives -- might account for the conflicting results. A point of contention between the studies is that a fungicide used in fly media, methylparaben (mp) -- also known as Tegosept or Nipagin M -- might affect bacterial growth and thus microbiota composition. Although Leftwich et al. argued that moderate mp (up to 0.3%) should not alter microbiota, a previous study suggested that high mp levels (~0.5%) can impact microbiota diversity. How mp concentration affects individual, fly-associated microbes on fly media has not been systematically addressed.
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