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D-26 Examples of different tissue expression patterns that you may see in the progeny of your 1.2 crosses. Keep in mind that any one line may have GFP expression in a combination of the tissues shown, in novel patterns, or may not show expression at all in larvae.
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D-27
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D-28 Use the diagram below as another reference for the location of structures that may be visualized in your GFP lines. A smaller version appears on the following pages for your analysis of each line
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D-29 Drosophila Exercise 1.2 Name _____________________ Observations of GFP patterns (for Drosophila Report 1) Determination of expression patterns of genes near P-element insertion sites: Analysis of UAS-GFP
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Unformatted text preview: expression directed by GAL4 enhancer traps. Observations: For each line and the negative control, sketch in the location of the GFP expression patterns on the larval diagrams below or draw a separate sketch of your own. Also write down a brief description of what you observe and your best guess as to the identity of the tissues that show GFP expression. NEGATIVE control Description, tissues where expression is observed: Line a. Description, tissues where expression is observed: Line b. Description, tissues where expression is observed: D-30 Line c. Description, tissues where expression is observed:...
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