Developing compound eye in lozenge mutants of Drosophila: lozenge expression in the R7 equivalence group

@article{Crew1997DevelopingCE,
  title={Developing compound eye in lozenge mutants of Drosophila: lozenge expression in the R7 equivalence group},
  author={Jennifer R. Crew and Philip J. Batterham and John Archie Pollock},
  journal={Development Genes and Evolution},
  year={1997},
  volume={206},
  pages={481-493}
}
 The lozenge locus is genetically complex, containing two functionally distinct units, cistrons A and B, that influence the structure of the compound eye. Extreme mutations of either cistron produce adult phenotypes that share similarities and that have striking differences. We have analyzed the expression of several developmentally important eye genes including boss, scabrous, rhomboid, seven-up, and Bar in lozenge mutant backgrounds representing both cistrons. This analysis follows the… CONTINUE READING
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