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Help on Finding Salivary Chromosome Lab

Brian Ring bring at FREENET.TLH.FL.US
Mon Nov 16 13:41:48 EST 1998

	Try Ashburner Laboratory Guide to Drosophila.  Also, another good
excercise for a Fly Genetics Course would be the "hopping" of P{LacZ: w+}
p-elements. The students learn contemporary fly genetics with the added
benefit of understanding Mendelian genetics concerning independent
assortment, etc. Careful with the polytene chromosome squashes, it takes
the students quite a while to master them.
	Good luck,

Brian C. Ring
Dept.of Biology
Bio Unit 1
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Fla. 32306-2043
bring at freenet.tlh.fl.us
bring at bio.fsu.edu

On Sun, 15 Nov 1998, Louis and Marjorie Stephenson wrote:

> Date: Sun, 15 Nov 1998 17:42:26 -0700
> From: Louis and Marjorie Stephenson <lam at pcisys.net>
> To: dros at net.bio.net
> Subject: Help on Finding Salivary Chromosome Lab
> I do Drosophila crosses with my Advanced Biology class, and I know I
> have seen a lab for removing and staining the large salivary gland
> chromosomes, but I can't seem to put my hands on it.  I would appreciate
> any information that would help me locate it.  Also, I would enjoy
> hearing about any other activities with Drosophila that anyone has found
> worked well.  Thanks!
> Marj Stephenson
> Colorado Springs

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