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General Information
Symbol
Dmel\mwhunspecified
Species
D. melanogaster
Name
FlyBase ID
FBal0056465
Feature type
allele
Associated gene
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Carried in Construct
Also Known As
unspecified
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    Wing hairs in the most anterior region of the wing point towards the anterior margin in mutants, as opposed to distally as in wild type. Most of the wing cells form three to five hairs and often, one or two of these hairs are very small.

    The multiple wing hair phenotype is limited to the mutant cells in wings containing homozygous clones.

    Homozygous clones have a multiple wing hair phenotype (3.54 hairs/cell).

    Homozygous clones on the dorsal head cause a dramatic decrease in hair length, but no obvious appearance of multiple hair elements.

    Double mutants of VangTbs42, VangA3 or VangA5 with fz24, dsh1 inunspecified and mwhunspecified all showed hair polarity pattern typical of the fz-in group. Multiple hair cell phenotypes of the cell autonomous dsh, in and mwh mutants are epistatic to Vang. Show no interaction with the dominant wing basal cell 1 swirl phenotype of VangTbs42.

    The frequency of mwhunspecified-jvunspecified clones produced by mitotic recombination during larval growth is greater in flies derived from crosses of mwhunspecified jvunspecified D.melanogaster females to D.melanogaster males than in flies derived from crosses of mwhunspecified jvunspecified D.melanogaster females to D.simulans males.

    The degree of mosaicism of the mow1 phenotype is increased if the fly is also heterozygous for mwhunspecified.

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    mwhunspecified fry1 double mutant clones have a much stronger multiple wing hair phenotype (16.35 hairs/cell) than either single mutant.

    In cis mwhunspecified Mosunspecified heterozygotes, the frequency of small mutant clones on the wing is increased. In trans mwhunspecified/Mosunspecified heterozygotes there is a significant reduction of dorsocentral and scutellar bristles.

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