Rst(1)JH, DmMet, Resistance to Juvenile Hormone
Low-frequency RNA-Seq exon junction(s) not annotated.
Gene model reviewed during 5.52
Gene model reviewed during 5.53
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Source for identity of: Rst(1)JH CG1705
Six EMS-induced, X-linked mutations resistant to juvenile hormone reported by Arking and Vlach (1970) (now lost); resistance factors varied from 1.4 to 21.5 by their methods. Presumed to be alleles of the mutation described by Wilson and Fabian.
Ortholog of B. mori juvenile-hormone-related gene (involved in JH biosynthesis, metabolism or signaling).
Alleles of Rst(1)JH vary in their effects on both uni- and multivariate life history traits.
Mutations alter Juvenile hormone reception during late larval development.
Rst(1)JH gene product performs a role in the regulation of insect larval molting and metamorphosis of the epidermis and the nervous system.
Distribution of juvenile hormone binding proteins between the cytosol and nucleus was studied by photoaffinity labelling with tritiated epoxyfarnesyl diazoacetate. An 85kD cytosolic juvenile hormone binding protein is suggested to be the same as that identified by Shemshedini et al., (JBC 265:1913--1918 ) alterations in which are correlated with mutations at this locus.
Located in 10C2-10D4 by deficiency mapping.