Suppressor genes with gender differences in activity in natural populations of Drosophila robusta: another approach to wild-type.


Homozygous or hemizygous expression of an X-linked wing mutant of Drosophila robusta varies from a rudimentary wing that does not reach the tip of the abdomen (called 'club') to forms with full-sized but curled or crumpled wings (called 'curly'). Homozygous club females crossed to flies from natural populations or laboratory stocks derived from wild flies… (More)


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