In article <3FBA822E.44F527A5 at mail.etsu.edu>,
yampolsk at mail.etsu.edu (Lev Yampolsky) wrote:
> I am planning to switch from the lines I currently use in Genetics
> lab for di- (independent inheritance) and trihybrid (mapping) crosses to
> lines with higher fitness. I am currently using Carolina's e-vg for
> independent inheritance and b-vg-bw for 3-pt mapping. Of course there
> are many possibilities both at Carolina and at Bloomington, but I would
> like to ask around before making a choice. I'd prefer clearly visible
> (body/eye color) mutations on 2 or 3 (sex linkage is a separate lab).
At the Fly Meeting several year ago, Michael Kotarski described lines
for undergraduate labs:
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