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the results of this study demonstrate that the males of the crow and magpie have similar gene expression profiles in the brains of magpies and crows. however, in the females of the magpie, the brain gene expression profiles were significantly different from those of the crows. this difference in gene expression profile suggests that feeding behaviors in magpies may be regulated by the activation of a unique set of genes associated with the regulation of stress resistance and lifespan. in this study, the magpie female was fed a normal diet that contained approximately 30% protein. however, it is unknown what the protein content of the magpies natural diet is. dietary protein content in birds may be affected by the feeding behavior of the bird (e.g., whether it is a gatherer, carnivore, insectivore, or omnivore) [ 27 ].




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in this study, we observed differences in feeding behavior and gene expression profiles between the magpies and the crows, but these differences did not correspond to the reproductive phenotypes of the female birds.


the present study showed that the blood transcriptome profile of female magpies is more sensitive than that of males and that female magpies are more susceptible to stress and pathogens. female magpies showed a tendency to be more sensitive to stress and energy metabolism than males, implying that female magpies are more susceptible to external stress and energy metabolism than males, and that females may be more susceptible to stress and energy metabolism than males in the wild. the immune system is regulated by the genes jnk and ampk. females upregulated the stress sensor gene jnk, implying that females may possess low tolerance to stress and might be more easily affected by stress than males. furthermore, females upregulated the ampk gene in the energy metabolism pathway, indicating that females may use excessive energy to resist stress and might be more easily affected by energy metabolism than males. the expression of the immune-related genes (e.g., mhc class ii, il-6, and il-1) differed significantly between the female and male magpies. female magpies were more susceptible to pathogens than males, and the expression levels of these genes were upregulated in females. the expression of genes related to longevity was significantly different between the female and male magpies. the female magpies upregulated the longevity-related gene in the ampk pathway, suggesting that females may use excessive energy to resist pathogens and thereby live longer than males. these results are consistent with the observed tendencies of the female magpies to be affected by stress, energy, and pathogens. in contrast, male magpies were more susceptible to disease. the expression levels of many immune-related genes (e., mhc class ii, il-6, il-1) were downregulated in male magpies, indicating that males may resist disease by downregulating the expression of these genes. the expression levels of the immune-related genes (e., mhc class ii, il-6, and il-1) were upregulated in male magpies compared to females. this may be due to the fact that, compared to females, males have more energy and are affected by disease more easily.


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