population cage

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A special cage in which Drosophila populations can be reared for many generations. The cage is designed so that samples of the population can be conveniently withdrawn and food supplies can be replenished. See Chronology, 1934, L'Héritier and Teissier.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.

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