Homozygous embryos exhibit no dorsal closure and head involution resulting in in the absence of dorsal epidermis. Homozygous embryos and transheterozygous embryos with Df(2L)tkv2
die and possess a vri
transheterozygotes exhibit shortening of wing vein L2 and L5. Weak dominant enhancer of ea161.13
embryonic lethal phenotype.
has suboptimal levels of expression sufficient to rescue the lethality of tkv7
through embryonic and larval development. Rescued adults display defects in the wing (cleft in the notum and reduction/deletion of the scutellum) and leg (duplication of ventral structures and loss of dorsal and distal structures) patterning.
Heterozygosity for this deletion suppresses the mutant ovarian phenotype of ovoD2
Homozygous embryonic lethal, embryos display dorsally open cuticle, severe defective head and contracted epidermis giving the cuticle a rounded appearance. Female transheterozygotes with tkv1
are viable and display a wing phenotype, wing veins are very thick and short along the proximal distal axis. Adult Df(2L)tkv3
females lay eggs, some of the embryos from these females crossed to wild type males die showing a weakly ventralised phenotype.
Homozygous lethal. Chromosome does not have a suppressor effect on w
variegation of In(1)wm4h