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large clone light microscope

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large clone SEM

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small clone light microscope

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Chromosome: 3L

Genotype: y[d2] w[1118] P{ry[+t7.2]=ey-FLP.N}2 P{GMR-lacZ.C(38.1)}TPN1;y[d2]w[1118] P{ry[+t7.2]=ey-FLP.N}2 P{GMR-lacZ.C(38.1)}TPN1; P{w[+mGT]=GT1}mnd[BG01434]P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}80B/TM6B, P{y[+t7.7] ry[+t7.2]=Car20y}TPN1, Tb[1]P{ry[+t7.2]=neoFRT}80B/TM6B, P{y[+t7.7] ry[+t7.2]=Car20y}TPN1, Tb[1]

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Insertion Site: 071A04

gene disrupted 1: minidiscs

Genomic Insertion

Large Clone Phenotype Keyword(s): cell lethal

Phenotype Description: Large clone analysis shows the no-white phenotype (red and dark red in color). The light microscope pictures show a noticeable reduction in the size of the eye for some flies. SEM photo shows partial loss of ommatidia structure (some bigger and some smaller) and unusual bristle pattern (bristles in some areas and none in others). Very light orange/white mosaic eyes are observed in the small clone analysis. The homozygous mutant twin spot clones are not evident due to the little difference in colors. The light microscope picture shows a wild-type phenotype, but the white clones greatly expanded.

Reversion to wild type eye by excision: Yes

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