In article <Pine.OSF.3.95.980308211528.5657A-100000 at odin.cair.du.edu>,
gmsulliv at DU.EDU (~*grace*~) wrote:
> We have a mutation in Drosophila melanogaster that is phenotypically the
>> dark eyes (gets increasingly darker with age to a dark red / maroon color)
> lacks spot in center of eye that wild type always has
>> We NEED the *allele and location* on the chromosome! We think it is on
> chromosome 3. Thank you in advance!!
Ummmm, there's an awful lot of genes on chromosome 3. That "spot" is
probably what is called the pseudopupil.
I must admit I'm a little puzzled as to why you "NEED" this from a
newsgroup -- can we have a little more information to go on?
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