wnd1/wnd3 transheterozygotes do not show grooming defects, nor any obvious adult mushroom body defects.
wnd3/wnd3, but not wnd3/+, leads to a suppressed growth response of motoneuron axons after nerve crush injury in third instar larvae, as compared to wild type.
wnd1/wnd3 animals show severely reduced axon outgrowth in ddaC neurons after axon severing, while dendrite regeneration after complete removal of the dendrites appears normal.
wnd3/Df(3L)ED229 larvae show an increase in maximum bouton diameter at the neuromuscular junction compared to controls.
Under control conditions, wnd2/wnd3 transheterozygous third instar larvae do not display significant changes in the number of sensory axons per nerve, as compared to controls.