Mw4W08

Mw4W08 - Genome-wide expression-based lineage analysis The...

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Balancer Chromosomes are used maintain stocks with lethal mutations. 3 components : 1.) Dominant Marker : to let you know that an individual fly has the balancer chromosome by visual inspection of the fly. 2.) Lethal recessive mutation : if the balancer is present in 2 copies, the fly will not be viable; decreases the # of types of progeny you have to look through; also helps to maintain a heterozygous stock. 3.) Multiple Inversions : to mitigate meiotic recombination. If the rare recombination event does take place, it produces non- viable recombination products. Balancer Chromosomes
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Common Balancer Chromosomes 1st 2nd 3rd FM7a FM7b FM7c SM6 CyO TM3 TM6 TM8
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Polytene Chromosome and Cytolocation
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Unformatted text preview: Genome-wide expression-based lineage analysis The Cell Lineage of Bristle Development An Example of Cell Lineage during Blood Development The C. elegans cell lineage Cell lineage definition A pedigree of cells related through asexual division. Genome-wide expression-based lineage analysis Introduction New lineage tracing system in Drosophila Links developmental processes to differentially expressed genes by the cells of a given tissue Provides further understanding of how tissues develop Utilizes enhancer trap gal-4 lines from Kyoto stock center Wing Disc from Stock 103731...
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