Non-melanogaster chrom. maps?
mnoo at midway.uchicago.edu
Wed Jan 26 19:55:45 EST 1994
>jb031504 at mbcr.bcm.tmc.edu (Jim Bone) writes:
>Is anyone familiar with a common source of chromosome maps from
>species of Drosophila other than melanogaster, preferably a book
>with several compiled maps. I particularly need pseudoobscura,
>azteca, ananassae, robusta, persimilis, simulans and willistoni.
>Reply by Email or posting.
If you're looking for linkage maps, a good pseudoobscura linkage
map is in :
"Genetic Maps: Locus Maps of Complex Genomes", 6th ed. (1993),
S.J. O'Brien (ed.), Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press,
It's under "Insects" and the map was compiled by W. Anderson.
I don't have the book, so it might have other species as well.
For a willistoni linkage map :
Ehrman, L. and J.R. Powell (1982) "The Drosophila willistoni
Species Group" In The Genetics and Biology of Drosophila
vol. 3b, M. Ashburner, H.L. Carson, and J.N. Thompson Jr.
(eds.), New York: Academic Press. page 200
Mohamed A. Noor mnoo at midway.uchicago.edu
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