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I've been doing a project about how citrus oils induce on viables Parental and Second generation of Drosophilas. I was able to prove that it does have its influence, but I couldn't prove or even understand why I found this statement: " If organges had no defenses against fruit flies, the oranges would be wiped out. If the defense mechanisms of oranges against flies are so severe, then all the fruit flies die or would avoid oranges". This proved me that they have a stable evolutionary relationship, but I'm not able to undersand why. Thank for your time and patience
Re: How Drosophilas and oranges can mantain a stable evolutionary relationship?
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