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The elbow locus is made up of two genes, elA and elB, each of which has a distinct phenotype when mutant. Mutations in elA have a strong phenotype with marked disruptions of the wing. Mutations in elB are weak, mainly affecting the alula and wing bristles. elA and elB are dominant enhancers of each other.
Part of the "elbow-noc" complex.
Wings extended and bent backward, often warped and shortened; sometimes blistered and nicked. Alulae reduced in size with reduced number of marginal bristles -- may fuse with wing blade. Venation reduced by terminal shortening of L5 and of crossveins. Halteres reduced, often to stubs. Eye size decreased (variable, even with strong alleles). Weak alleles may overlap wild type and show only a reduction in number of marginal bristles on alulae. Some alleles may be semi-lethal when hemizygous. Class (i) alleles enhance nocSco, are semi-lethal with 35Ba alleles of noc and show a weak noc phenotype when heterozygous with strong noc alleles or noc deletions. Class (ii) alleles do not interact with these loci. All alleles more extreme when hemizygous; strong alleles nearly apterous.
E. M. Wallace, 1st April 1935.