Nancy Hartung

We don’t have enough information about this author to calculate their statistics. If you think this is an error let us know.
Learn More
Segregation distortion was first discovered in a natural population of Drosophila melanogasterin Madison, Wisconsin (Sandler et aI., 1959). About 3% of the second chromosomes extracted from this population are found to cause grossly aberrant segregation in males. They are called segregation distorter (SD) chromosomes, and males heterozygous for SD produce(More)
Full-sib matings in two populations of Tribolium which had been selected for increased pupa weight for more than 85 generations resulted in a significant inbreeding depression in male progeny but showed no effect in the female progeny. An analysis of variance of a population produced by backcrossing the selected populations to the inbred lines originally(More)
  • 1