"bicephalic"

Kathleen Gajewski sa08383 at odin.mdacc.tmc.edu
Thu Mar 8 12:41:12 EST 2001


>Has someone ever heard of a mutant called "bicephalic" ? It has been
mentioned in the textbook "Entwicklungsbiologie" by Werner A. Mueller
and describes a mutation in the eggchamber, where the oocyte is not
placed posterior but in the middle of the eggchamber what leads to
"bicephalic" embryo). Unfortunately,  there is no reference to such a
mutant. Flybase and other sources do not know this mutant, too. If
someone knows this mutation, please help me. It would also be helpful if
someone knows a mutant with that has a similar phenotype.<


Try dicephalic instead

http://flybase.bio.indiana.edu/.bin/fbidq.html?FBgn0000450


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