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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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small clone SEM

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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[+mC]=lacW}Nmt[j1C7] 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: 066B11

gene disrupted 1: N-myristoyl transferase

Genomic Insertion

Large Clone Phenotype Keyword(s): cell lethal

Phenotype Description: Large clones are observed, but they are not true mosaics since the orange clones are absent due to the cell-lethal phenotype. The light microscope picture shows the presence of only red clones in the eye. The SEM picture shows disorganized ommatidia in the cell-lethal mutants. Also, a small glossy patch can be observed in the SEM picture. The orange/white mosaic eyes are observed for small clone analysis. These phenotypes have greatly expanded white clones, which supports the cell-lethal large clone observation. The small clone SEM picture shows a rough phentoype.

Reversion to wild type eye by excision: Yes

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