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"RpL6" likely corresponds to "M(3)100CF".
The distal segment of 3R tentatively associated with a Minute by Lindsley et al. (1972) on the basis of their failure to recover terminal deficiencies and the published genetic position of M(3)99E at 3-106.2; Kongsuwan et al. (1986) followed suit, placing "M(3)g" distal to "M(3)f"; however, phenotypic considerations led Lindsley and Zimm (1992) to consider "M(3)g" as corresponding to M(3)99E and "M(3)f" as corresponding to M(3)100CF.
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 the strong Minute phenotype of heterozygotes for terminal deficiency for the region distal to 100C; very few escapers (Kongsuwan et al., 1986). Reuter et al. (1986) describe Su(var)3-12, which maps to 3-100.2, is associated with a Minute and is deficient for 100F3-5.