R87term | Dg-PA; R87term | Dg-PB; R87term | Dg-PC; R87term | Dg-PD
Reported coordinates appear to be relative to GB:GH09323.
FlyBase curator comment: Interactions with Dg and/or Dg were detected in a Dg/+ or Dg/+ background which exhibits no obvious changes in muscle morphology. Nonetheless, these interactions have been captured as 'modifier' ('exacerbates') annotations here to best capture the experimental finding and the authors' intention.
PgkKG07478 DgO86 double heterozygous flies exhibit indirect flight muscle degeneration when raised on normal food, but this degeneration is not seen when flies are raised on sugar-free food. In contrast to either heterozygote alone, temperature -sensitive mobility defects are observed in the double heterozygotes.
Combination of DgO86 in heterozygous state with a single copy of any of the following: Df(3R)Exel6184, dyscc05107, Camn339 results in significantly increased frequency of lamina plexus defects in third instar larvae. The frequency is not significantly affected by combination with: captE636, vimarEY09646, robo12, SP2353MB00605, mblE27, grhIM or Nrkk14301 alleles and is decreased by combination with chifBG02820a - all in heterozygous state.
Combination of DgO86 in heterozygous state with a single copy of any of the following :Df(3R)Exel6184, Camn339, captE636 or mblE27 results in a significantly reduced rhabdomere length in the double heterozygous flies whereas combination with one copy of Nrkk14301 has no significant effect.
The increased frequency of lamina plexus defects characteristic for Lis-1k13209 heterozygote third instar larvae is not strongly affected by combination with a single copy of either Df(3R)Exel6184 or DgO86, the rhabdomere length in the adult eye of the double heterozygotes is not significantly different from the controls.