|Feature type||allele||Associated gene||Dmel\Gp150|
|Also Known As||gp1502|
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|Nature of the Allele|
|Mutations Mapped to the Genome|
|Associated Sequence Data|
|Nature of the lesion|
|Phenotype Manifest In|
In Gp150k11120b somatic clones, the spacing of the R8 photoreceptors is irregular and extra R8 cells are seen. Defects appear to be cell autonomous. When Gp150k11120b/Gp150k11107b clones are made in the eye mutant ommatidia are seen. No specific photoreceptor cell type is found to be mutant at a higher proportion than the others in these clones.
35% of ommatidia are mutant in homozygotes. 27% of ommatidia are mutant in Gp150k11120b/Df(2R)02311 animals. Mutants exhibit a loss of some wing margin bristles and some ectopic bristles are seen in the second and third veins. Also a "delta-like" vein structure is seen at the distal end of wing vein 3. Over 60% of Gp150k11120b/Gp1503 flies fail to develop to adulthood with most of them dying during pupal development. 2/3 of the anterior scutellars in surviving adults, exhibit no shaft and no socket, 1/4 have double sockets, 3% have one shaft and two sockets and another 3% have two shafts and one socket. 45% of ommatidia are mutant in Gp150k11120b/Gp1503 animals. Developing ommatidial clusters are often irregularly spaced and the morphogenetic furrow appears broader as the cells within the region are no longer constricted in a narrow stripe. Multiple R8 precursor cells are often closely located, about 10% of ommatidia contain multiple R8 precursors that become R8 cells. Some oversized ommatidia are seen at early stages of ommatidia assembly. Some ommatidia contain additional or fewer R1/R6 cells. 19.2% of ommatidia in Gp150P8/Gp150k11120b animals are mutant. 0.19% of ommatidia in Gp150k11120b/+ animals are mutant.
|Phenotype Manifest In|
The addition of N55e11/+ to Gp150P8/Gp150k11120b animals increases the proportion of mutant ommatidia from 19.2% to 42.3%. The addition of Dl9P/+ to Gp150P8/Gp150k11120b animals increases the proportion of mutant ommatidia from 19.2% to 67.6%. Often rhabdomeres exhibit abnormal morphology. The addition of Dl6B/+ to Gp150P8/Gp150k11120b animals increases the proportion of mutant ommatidia from 19.2% to 44.6%. The addition of N55e11/+ to Gp150k11120b/+ animals increases the proportion of mutant ommatidia from 0.19% to 0.65%. The addition of Dl9P/+ to Gp150k11120b/+ animals increases the proportion of mutant ommatidia from 0.19% to 2.7%. The addition of Dl6B/+ to Gp150k11120b/+ animals increases the proportion of mutant ommatidia from 0.19% to 0.18%.
|Complementation & Rescue Data|
|Stocks ( 2 )|
|Notes on Origin|
|External Crossreferences & Linkouts|
|Synonyms & Secondary IDs ( 4 )|
|Secondary FlyBase IDs|
|References ( 4 )|