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D. melanogaster
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    In combination with other aberrations
    NOT in combination with other aberrations

    The bristle phenotype seen female D.simulans/D.melanogaster hybrids is unaffected by the Dp(1;2)sc19 duplication.

    Two copies of the duplication produces neural hyperplasic defects, characteristic of weak neurogenic mutants, of variable extent in the ventral cord.

    Stocks (9)
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    Other Comments

    Partially suppresses hhb.PP female lethality.

    Duplication has only a weak effect on the number of chaetae in the presence of h and emc wild type alleles. In h and emc mutant homozygous flies the increase in chaetae is proportional to the doses of the achaete-scute complex.

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