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Unformatted text preview: Intron 3 is not removed; translation hits STOP in intron No transposase activity UGA From lab manual- also see figure legend there Note that IVS = intervening sequence = intron in current lingo In lab 2 you set up: Cross 1.0 Purpose is to place transposase source p[Δ2-3] (from father) and movable p[w+] element (from mother) in the same F1 genome Females w p[w+ Gal4]; + ; + ; + x males w ; + ; TMS, Sb p[ Δ2-3] ; + w p[w+Gal 4] + + + Y+ LVM + F1 Progeny: Females w p[w+ Gal4]; + ; TMS, Sb p[Δ 2-3] w + + Males w p[w+ Gal4]; + ; TMS, Sb p[Δ2-3] Y + + or LVM ; + + + or LVM ; + + + Cross 1.1 a-c (Experimental) Purpose: Generate progeny with transpositions of p[w+] from X onto autosomes Females y w ; +;+;+ x F1 Sb males (provided) y w + + + Cross 1.1d Control) Females y w ; +;+;+ x F1 normal bristle males (provided) y w + + + Transposition of P element followed by DNA repair In this example, the P element reinserts into a new site (right). In addi8on, the excision site is repaired using the homologous sequence to restore the original P element. A=er chromosome segrega8on, one daughter cell now has 2 copies of the P element in the genome. ! [email protected]://engels.gene8cs.wisc.edu/Pelements/fig3.html How P element transposition results in changes in copy number of P elements P 1.  No transposi8on P P mitosis P P No change in #: 1 copy of P per cell The transposi-on example to the right only shows one scenario, failure to repair P accompanied by inser-on on another chromosome. In addi-on, if the excision site was repaired to P (as on the previous slide), then every cell would inherit at least one copy, but could have 2 copies if it also inherited a new inser-on. In contrast, if there is a failure to insert in a new loca-on and a failure to repair, that produces more divisions yielding 1 or 0 copies. 2. With transposi8on replica8on P P Repair does NOT restore P P P P Inserts elsewhere (drawn as another mitosis chromosome but could be same one) P P Cell inherits chroma8d repaired to P and new inser8on = 2 copies Sister cell inherits neither = 0 copies OR P Cell inherits chroma8d that is not repaired to P and new inser8on = 1 copy Sister cell inserts chroma8d repaired to P but not new inser8on = 1 copy Change in #- 0,1 or 2 copies of P per cell # p[w+] copies in genome Color of cell in eye two or more dark orange to red one (original #) orange none white Note that in a lineage with 2 copies, transposi-on can occur again to produce 3 sites of inser-on, etc. However a lineage that inherits 0 copies is fixed in that state. Somatic transposition in the eye produces a variegated (mosaic eye) Transposition in the germline cells can result in the inheritance of the P element in new chromosomal locations. Soma8c transposi8on in the eye produces a variegated (mosaic eye) 1 copy Transposi8on event occurs 2 copies Cell lineage in developing eye. P element transposi8ons create patches (clones) of cells with different color. Transposi8on in germline cells can result in the inheritance of the P element in new chromosomal loca8ons Transposi8on event occurs 1 copy Transposi8on event occurs Transposi8on event occurs 0 copies 2 copies ­ original plus new inser8on 1 copy ­ 0 copies 1 copy ­new original inser8on inser8on Sperm with different copy numbers of pw+ that can be inherited Crosses 1.1.a-c - Purpose: Generate and isolate transpositions of p[w+] from X onto autosomes y w / y w ; + / + ; + / + ♀♀ X w p[w+] / Y ; + / + ; TMS, Sb p[Δ2-3] / + ; +/+ ♂♂ transpositions occuring in germline Progeny predicted by Mendelian genetics (p[w+] stays associated only with X) y w / w p[w+]; +/+; TMS, Sb p[∆2 ­3]/+; +/+ y w/ Y; +/+; TMS, Sb p[∆2 ­3]/+; +/+ y w / w p[w+]; +/+; +/+ ; +/+ y w/ Y; +/+; +/+ ; +/+ orange ­eyed, Sb or nonSb females yellow, white, Sb or nonSb males “Exceptional” progeny resulting from transpositions to the autosomes in father’s germline female eye male eye y w / w p[w+]; autosomal p[w+] darker y w/ Y; autosomal p[w+] orange y w/ w p[w+]; autosomal p[w+] orange X Actual genotypes of these y w/ w p[w+]; no autosomal p[w+] white X excep8onal males X means p[w+] excised and wasn’t repaired to p[w+] y w/Y; pw+/II; III/III; IV/ IV…on ch.2 y w/Y; II/II; pw+/III; IV/IV ….ch. 3 y w/Y; II/II; III/III; pw+/IV …ch.4 (rare) Third chromosome in these excep8onal males could be + or TMS,Sb p[∆2 ­3]. If you now wanted to analyze the P ­element inser8on in a stable form (no more transposi8on), would you select Sb or non ­Sb excep8onal males for your next cross? ...
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2012 for the course MCB 160L160L taught by Professor Venkatesansundaresan during the Fall '11 term at UC Davis.

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