James W. Sandoz
sandoz at umbc.edu
Thu Feb 19 05:14:18 EST 1998
Oregan-R is a wild-type strain (no mutants)
y is yellow body color, unless your teacher is using it for something
yellow body is a bit tricky until you get used to it. One of the
yellow alleles produces yellow bristles and yellow wings too. If
you're using that allele you're lucky. Put a wildtype fly and a yellow
fly side by side and look at the wings. Yellow's pretty easy to see in
the wing. Once you've spotted it you should have no problem.
Hope this helps.
Mr. James W. Sandoz, Instructor, UMBC Dept of Biol Sciences,
1000 Hilltop Circle
Catonsville, MD 21250
voice: (410) 455-3497; fax: 455-3875; net: sandoz at umbc.edu
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