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"RpS7" likely corresponds to "M(3)99E".
Designated "M(3)f" by Kongsuwan, Dellavalle and Merriam, despite the fact that "M(3)f" was originally recorded as having a strong phenotype. Localized just proximal to the segmental deficiency for 99F-100B designated by Lindsley et al. (1972) as deleting M(3)99E+; Kongsuwan et al. found no Minute phenotype associated with deficiencies for that region. Most likely "M(3)f" corresponded to a mutant or deficiency for RpL32 or M(3)100CF, both of which are recorded as having strong Minute phenotypes. The description of heterozygotes for deficiencies for M(3)99E correspond more closely to that for "M(3)g".
One of a class of genes (see MIN record) that when present in one, rather than two, copies, produce a characteristic phenotype consisting of short slender bristles and delayed development. Identified by virtue of moderate Minute phenotype of heterozygotes for a synthetic deficiency (Kongsuwan, Dellavalle and Merriam, 1986).