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General Information
Symbol
Dmel\sogP129D
Species
D. melanogaster
Name
suppressor
FlyBase ID
FBal0059935
Feature type
allele
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    Phenotypic Data
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    31% of sogP129D/sogYL26 flies survive to adulthood. Of these, 15% exhibit partial loss of the posterior crossvein and the rest show more subtle alterations in which the posterior crossvein appears as a fragmented line. Only 12% of sogP129D/sogP1 transheterozygotes survive to adulthood and 46% of these exhibit various degrees of loss of the posterior crossvein.

    80% of homozygous embryos survive to adulthood.

    Homozygous viable, few flies transheterozygous with lethal sog alleles survive.

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    sogYL26/+; tokΔ2-41/tokE1 escapers exhibit partial posterior crossveins with significantly more crossvein material than tokΔ2-41/tokE1 escapers. Further, crossveins are almost completely restored in sogYL26/sogP129D; tokΔ2-41/tokE1 animals.

    Only 39% of sogP129D/+ embryos derived from MadES1/+ females survive to adulthood. sogP129D embryos derived from MadES1/+ females have internalised filzkorper and lack head elements, indicative of weak ventralisation. The amnioserosa is reduced. sogP129D ; zen1 double mutant embryos die with a partially ventralised phenotype at 25oC.

    Suppressor of the tld mutant phenotype but not of the dpp mutant phenotype.

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    Synonyms and Secondary IDs (3)
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    Symbol Synonym
    sogsupp
    Name Synonyms
    Secondary FlyBase IDs
    • FBal0046506
    References (5)