briggsae X elegans
liuk at starbase1.caltech.edu
Wed Sep 28 21:04:10 EST 1994
In article <9409141558.ZM4909 at eatworms.swmed.edu>
leon at EATWORMS.SWMED.EDU ("Leon Avery") writes:
> Does anyone know what happens if you cross briggsae males with elegans
> hermaphrodites or vice versa? Do they ignore each other? Do they
> produce progeny? I would like to get briggsae mutants and do
> complementation tests with elegans.
Briggsae and elegans mate in either direction, but you won't get any
cross progeny. Sorry. More information in Scott Baird's paper:
Evolution, v.46(3): 585-594 (92). Won't help you here but it's a nice
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