|Feature type||allele||Associated gene||Dmel\Clk|
|Also Known As||dClkJrk, Jrk|
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|Nature of the Allele|
|Mutations Mapped to the Genome|
|Associated Sequence Data|
|Nature of the lesion|
Nucleotide substitution: C to T. Amino acid replacement: Q776@.
|Phenotype Manifest In|
1 day memory retention is normal after spaced training in an olfactory conditioning assay.
Mutant flies show no rhythmic locomotor activity under free-running conditions (after entrainment in light-dark cycles or temperature cycles).
44% of heterozygous flies are arrhythmic under constant darkness conditions. 100% of Clk[Z3-0084]/Clk[Jrk] flies are arrhythmic under constant darkness conditions.
Clk[Jrk] mutants consume similar amounts of food, regardless of the circadian period (i.e. light or dark) after 3 days of entrainment to LD and then transference to DD for 2 days before the assay. Clk[Jrk] flies display rhythmic feeding patterns in LD, indicating that the feeding rhythm is under the control of an internal clock, but can also be driven by light. Clk[Jrk] mutants do not display phenotypes related to either survival time under starvation conditions or glycogen storage. Total food consumption is also unchanged in these mutants compared to controls.
ClkJrk has no effect on experience-dependent responses in sleep need.
Clk[Jrk] mutant larvae are highly sensitive to light (shown in light avoidance assays), even at low intensities (150 lux).
Mutant flies are arrhythmic for locomotor activity under constant light conditions at a constant temperature of 25[o]C, but become rhythmic immediately after being exposed to a temperature cycle of 12 hours at 25[o]C and 12 hours at 30[o]C. The locomotor activity is rather dispersed over 24 hours with slightly higher activity during the thermophase. The locomotor activity rhythm of the mutant flies differs from that of wild-type flies, in that neither anticipatory activity nor transients after a transfer to temperature cycles is observed.
There is no significant increase in the time spent copulating by pairs of ClkJrk homozygous flies compared to wild-type pairs.
Long term memory of courtship conditioning (reduction in time spent in courtship behaviour 5 days after a 7 hour conditioning) is normal in ClkJrk homozygous males.
Heterozygotes exhibit a locomotor rhythmicity of ~24.67 hours. Homozygotes are arrhythmic. ClkJrk/Clkar animals are arrhythmic.
ClkJrk mutant females mated to ClkJrk mutant males lay significantly less eggs and produce significantly less progeny than wild-type flies. The percentage of unfertilised eggs from this mating is not significantly greater than for wild-type.
ClkJrk flies are often arrhythmic; only one third of these mutants are rhythmic in LD and over half are completely arrhythmic in DD.
The startle response to lights-on normally seen in the locomotor activity rhythms of wild-type flies exposed to 12 hour light:12 hour dark (12:12LD) conditions is not seen in ClkJrk flies. The flies are preferentially nocturnal. Under constant darkness conditions, ClkJrk flies show roughly equal amounts of locomotor activity during the subjective day and night.
Mutant females show a more prominent sleep rebound after sleep deprivation (in constant darkness) than wild-type flies; they recover 100% of lost sleep within 12 hours (wild-type flies recover 30-40% of lost sleep within 12 hours). Exposure of mutant females to heat before 12 hours of sleep deprivation reduces homeostatic drive (sleep rebound).
In wild-type larvae, dorsally projecting axonal processes arising from the s-LNv cells terminate near the calyx of the dorsal brain mushroom body. These projections are absent in ClkJrk brains. The projections from the l-LNv cells are also aberrant. Approximately half of mutant brains have abnormal projections; in others one or two axons in this region projected farther and irregularly toward a dorsal or median region of the brain. None of these projections are similar to then more dorsal-reaching projections in the brains of wild-type adults.
Homozygotes show completely arrhythmic locomotor behaviour in constant darkness. 47% of heterozygotes are arrhythmic under constant darkness, and those flies that do show rhythmic locomotor behaviour in these conditions have a slightly longer period than wild-type controls. Only 64% of heterozygotes and 14% of homozygotes show measurable rhythmic locomotor behaviour under 12 hour light:12 hour dark conditions. Like wild-type flies, some homozygotes react to the lights-on transition, but they fail to react to the lights-off transition. Homozygotes are also arrhythmic with respect to adult emergence.
|Phenotype Manifest In|
|Complementation & Rescue Data|
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|Stocks ( 1 )|
|Notes on Origin|
|External Crossreferences & Linkouts|
|Synonyms & Secondary IDs ( 9 )|
(Collins et al., 2006, Lee et al., 2006, Yu et al., 2006, Ganguly-Fitzgerald et al., 2006, Lim et al., 2007, Matsumoto et al., 2007, Mazzoni et al., 2005, Kadener et al., 2007, Diangelo et al., 2011, Hung et al., 2009, Xu et al., 2008, Sehadova et al., 2009, Yoshii et al., 2005, Luo and Sehgal, 2012)
(Lee et al., 2006, )
|Secondary FlyBase IDs|
|References ( 58 )|
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|Recent research papers ( 4 )|
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|All reviews listed in FlyBase were published before 2011|