drosophila crossing

Chris Jones & Deirdre Sumpter 4christopher.jones at nashville.com
Mon Mar 8 21:07:00 EST 1999


In article <19990306205146.21107.00004798 at ng114.aol.com>, weez126 at aol.com
(Weez126) wrote:

> I am doing a science project in which I crossed a red eyed/short winged female
> with either a white eyed/long winged male or red eyed/long winged male.  In my
> results I had 52 males and 67 females that all had red eyes, but three had
> short wings out of the 119 recorded. Does anyone know what the probable
> genotypes of the parents would be? The three short winged flies might possible
> be part of the F2 generation.  Please respond as soon as possible.

Yes, I believe I know, and I'm confident that your teacher knows as well.
Hope that answers your question.

Chris Jones

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