|Inserted element||P-element||Expression data|
|Affected gene(s)||y||Viability / fertility|
|Causes allele(s)||y2s14||Stock availability||none publicly available|
|Chromosomal location||X ( 1A5 )||Sequence location|
|Member of Large Scale Dataset(s)|
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|Detailed Mapping Data|
(computed by FlyBase)
1A5 ( near gene of known cytology )
|Alleles and Phenotypes|
|Phenotype Manifest In|
In the presence of ph-pP1, pigmentation of the thoracic, leg, wing and abdominal bristles is reduced. This enhancement by ph-pP1 is completely suppressed by su(Hw)2/su(Hw)V.
Body colour: flies have reduced pigmentation in the body cuticle and wing blade and wild-type pigmentation in the thoracic, leg, wing and abdominal bristles.
The phenotype is enhanced by ph-pP1; pigmentation of thoracic, leg, wing and abdominal bristles is also reduced in y2s14 ph-pP1 flies. Homozygous y2s14 females have a stronger mutant phenotype than y2s14/y1 females in the presence of ph-pP1. y2s14/y1s8 and y2s14/y2s11 females have a stronger mutant phenotype than homozygous y2s14 females in the presence of ph-pP1.
Body colour: pigmentation of the body and wings is reduced, pigmentation of thoracic, leg, wing and abdominal bristles is normal.
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|Data on Genetic Line|
|Origin as a multiple insertion line|
|Progenitor(s) within the Genome|
|Related Aberration or Balancer|
|Stocks ( 0 )|
|Synonyms & Secondary IDs|
|Secondary FlyBase IDs|
|References ( 4 )|