Bilateral colour asymmetry

dbaillie at DARWIN.MBB.SFU.CA dbaillie at DARWIN.MBB.SFU.CA
Tue Oct 22 12:12:57 EST 1996


Geoff,

Is there any reason not beleive it is a chromosome loss mosaic?  I mean
like the X loss mosaics in Drosophila melanogaster gynandromorphs?  If
it was a chromosome other than the X that was lost at the first cell
division one would get a bilateral mosaic if the chromosomes in question
were heterozyous for the colour markers and the one bearing the 
dominant alleles were lost.  If it were the X, one would expect the
sex to be also split.

Dave Baillie
Professor
IMBB
Simon Fraser University
Burnaby, BC, Canada



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