TABLE 2

Fertility of males carrying Xh deletion and a Y-autosome translocation with and without rDNA repeats

T(Y;A) (breakpoint)rDNA insertionNo. of malesPercent fertileFertility
B177 (YL;41)None4700
[rib7]4800
[rib7]×25000
H158 (Xhy+;58D)None5200
[rib7]1735.31.35
[rib7]×22885.735.8
P59 (Xhy+;59B)None3930.80.38
[rib7]4665.231.1
[rib7]×24080.032.5
H143 (BSXh;h14;59F)None5813.80.15
[rib7]4493.246.8
[rib7]×24210036.5
B80 (Xhy+ ;h21;60F)None4400
[rib7]3571.416.7
[rib7]×23574.219.9
B240 (Xhy+;94B)None502.00.02
[rib7]5791.212.7
H173 (Xhy+ ;95E)None6410.90.20
[rib7]5076.09.86
H163 (YL;98B)None6214.50.31
[rib7]2688.531.0
R133 (BSXh;99E)None4900
[rib7]2792.618.8
  • All males carried Df(1)X-1. [rib7] is [rib7](1A1-4); [rib7] × 2 is [rib7](1A) × 2. Males were crossed singly with two y w females. Fertility is the number of progeny per male (counting both fertile and sterile males).