TABLE 1

CAN migration gene mapping data

GeneLGaGenotype of heterozygote (F1)F2 phenotypebNumberc
cam-2Icam-2(gm124)/unc-95(su33sd)Unc0/32
cam-2(gm124)/let-204(e1719) unc-54(e1092)Unc9/9
syc-3Isyc-3(gm135)/dpy-5(e61) unc-11(e47)Dpy9/10
Unc0/8
cam-1IIcam-1(gm122)/rol-6(e187) unc-4(e120)Rol2/15
Unc2/4
fam-1IIIfam-1(gm85)/daf-2(e1370) dpy-17(e164)Daf2/3
ceh-10IIIceh-10(gm120)/dpy-17(e164) unc-32(e189)Dpy1/14
Unc11/12
syc-1IIIsyc-1(gm126)/dpy-17(e164) unc-32(e189)Dpy2/2
Unc0/5
syc-1(gm126)/unc-69(e587) dpy-18(e364)Dpy5/5
Unc0/2
epi-1IVepi-1(gm121) kyIs5/unc-5(e53) dpy-20(e1282ts)Unc2/4
Dpy1/10
fam-2IVfam-2(gm94)bli-6(sc16)Wit2/18
syc-2Xsyc-2(gm132)/in-15(n765ts)Unc0/15
  • Two- and three-factor crosses were performed as described by Brenner (1974). For two-factor crosses, we picked A homozygotes from heterozygotes of the genotype c/a. From heterozygotes of the genotype c/ab, we picked A non-B and B non-A recombinants, and their progeny were examined for the expression of the C phe-notype. crepresents the Cam gene mapped with respect to a or b genetic markers. Crepresents the Cam mutant phenotype and A and B represent marker phenotypes. Data for a single allele of each gene are presented. For genes represented by additional alleles identified in our screens, map positions were verified using two- or three-factor mapping or deficiency mapping. We only show our mapping data for previously unpublished genes.

  • a Linkage group to which the mutation maps.

  • b The phenotype of the heterozygote progeny picked in both two- and three-factor mapping experiments.

  • c For two-factor crosses, this ratio indicates the number of F2 progeny that segregate the c mutation out of all F2 progeny scored. For three-factor crosses, this ratio indicates the number of F2 progeny that segregate Cout of all F2 progeny scored.