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General Information
Symbol
Dmel\Ubxbxd-111
Species
D. melanogaster
Name
FlyBase ID
FBal0017541
Feature type
allele
Associated gene
Associated Insertion(s)
Carried in Construct
Also Known As
bxd111
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Transformation of posterior portion of haltere toward wing, replacement of A1 tergite by post-notal tissue, no extra legs. A1 setal belt is intermediate between A1 and T3 type belts. Ventral pits on all abdominal segments.

Ubxbxd-100/Ubxbxd-111 larvae have dorsal histoblast cells in T3. The anterior dorsal histoblast nests are sometimes inverted in Ubxbxd-111/Ubx1 flies. The ventral histoblast nest of A1 is shifted to a more ventral position in Ubxbxd-111/Ubxbxd-100 flies.

Hemizygotes display ventral setal belt on the first abdominal segment is intermediate between the normal third thoracic belt and the normal first abdominal belts.

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The phenotype of a number of combinations of Ubx mutations has been investigated to determine the role of the bxd regulatory region in the modulation of Ubx expression.

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