Spermatogenesis in Drosophila. A genetic approach to cellular and subcellular differentiation.

@article{Hackstein1991SpermatogenesisID,
  title={Spermatogenesis in Drosophila. A genetic approach to cellular and subcellular differentiation.},
  author={Johannes H. P. Hackstein},
  journal={European journal of cell biology},
  year={1991},
  volume={56 2},
  pages={
          151-69
        }
}
Y chromosomal fertility genes are essential for spermatogenesis, but those genes which code for major structural components of the spermatozoon and those controlling sperm morphogenesis must be located on a different chromosome. In the past, it had been questioned whether it would be possible to achieve a meaningful classification of male sterile mutations by light microscopy. I now show, however, that comparison of 244 autosomal male sterile mutants of Drosophila hydei with 400 similar mutants… CONTINUE READING

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