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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[+mC]=lacW}l(3)L5150[L5150] 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: 061A01-061A03

gene disrupted 1: No flanking sequence available to perform a BLAST search 

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 in addition to a loss of pigment in the center of the eye. In this same spot on the SEM picture, it can be seen that the ommatidia have fused together. The SEM picture also shows disorganized ommatidia in the cell-lethal mutants and a few ommatidia that have holes. 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.

Reversion to wild type eye by excision: No

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