TABLE 2

Heteroallelic penetrance and expressivity

♂/♀trxM17trxZ32trx1trxE3trxZ16trxZ11trxM18trxJY16
trxM17 Larva0 (75)0.30 (45)0.35 (37)0.55 (11)1.18 (49)0.18 (22)3.83 (33)b
trxZ32 0 (48)Larva2.07 (95)0.95 (155)1.36 (36)4.19 (21)b2.95 (12)d2.68 (30)
trx1 0.01 (89)2.11 (75)7.16 (105)4.82 (125)3.20 (38)2.56 (72)1.90 (50)3.51 (105)
trxE3 0.12 (65)0.80 (85)4.40 (112)Embryo5.89 (11)c7.90 (79)b6.75 (40)bPupa
trxZ16 0.25 (44)1.20 (66)2.29 (159)3.08 (36)aLarva9.41 (26)d9.50 (4)e14.07 (27)e
trxZ11 0.27 (l07)a2.63 (94)b2.75 (125)4.21 (51)a7.36 (28)d14.69 (31)e13.30 (10)e15.13 (16)c
trxM18 0.42 (12)3.91 (22)c3.55 (80)5.78 (20)d10.58 (4)c16.39 (14)eLarva17.50 (32)e
trxJY16 1.86 (29)2.47 (56)a3.40 (55)Pupa11.82 (25)d13.32 (34)e16.40 (22)eLarva
trx6.1 2.37 (56)5.62 (8)c1.36 (157)Pupa18.87 (8)e19.50 (2)e22.20 (10)eLarva
trxD 0.50 (6)6.12 (8)b12.36 (41)Pupa17.00 (2)ePupaLarvaLarva
trxB11 2.30 (l0)a4.19 (7)a8.86 (50)Pupa15.29 (7)ePupa14.00 (1)eLarva
trxA7 1.00 (16)5.34 (31)e8.54 (103)a13.00 (1)e21.00 (3)eLarvaLarvaLarva
trxM14 1.54 (45)b5.29 (12)e9.14 (34)aPupa18.10 (10)e17.00 (2)eEmbryoLarva
trxZ15 3.16 (64)7.19 (39)e13.23 (75)Pupa15.75 (4)ePupaEmbryoLarva
trxJY25 4.37 (8)a3.29 (7)d11.35 (77)Pupa17.74 (8)ePupa21.00 (2)eLarva
trx7.1 2.06 (31)a5.56 (34)d12.08 (112)aPupa20.67 (9)e23.00 (3)e21.00 (2)eLarva
trxZ44 3.40 (5)e5.73 (45)e10.24 (34)dPupa17.00 (1)ePupaLarvaLarva
trx3 2.93 (14)a6.33 (6)c12.27 (59)Pupa19.50 (2)e21.70 (5)e25.00 (1)eLarva
trxJY21 3.31 (78)a7.79 (32)e17.41 (30)aPupa22.45 (9)e22.33 (3)e23.29 (11)eLarva
redP52 1.25 (9)a5.96 (14)13.20 (117)11.33 (3)d18.15 (10)e21.74 (7)d26.00 (1)eLarva
redP6 3.82 (41)b5.86 (7)12.26 (28)Pupa20.14 (14)e22.60 (3)eEmbryoLarva
♂/♀trx6.1trxDtrxB11trxA7trxM14trxZ15trx7.1trxZ44trx3trxJY21redP52redP6
trxM17 6.75 (31)b3.60 (20)b3.60 (60)d2.88 (8)b4.00 (7)e5.67 (10)e5.60 (5)b5.82 (26)d7.60 (10)c6.39 (46)b5.35 (52)4.88 (11)b
trxZ32 5.90 (67)a5.42 (12)a4.08 (52)b4.93 (7)e4.72 (28)c6.70 (5)c7.58 (13)e6.15 (17)e8.95 (13)a7.27 (23)e6.19 (14)7.01 (18)a
trx1 1.51 (83)3.46 (30)6.74 (75)2.05 (57)4.60 (20)6.90(209)9.25 (76)Larva6.51 (62)5.86(195)7.01 (45)8.69 (23)
trxE3 PupaPupaPupaPupaPupaPupaPupaPupaPupaPupaPupaPupa
trxZ16 17.97 (11)e16.50 (14)c16.64 (22)e18.17 (6)d17.97 (6)e18.43 (50)e17.61 (22)e17.25 (4)e21.33 (12)e20.22 (18)e20.50 (6)e16.67 (6)e
trxZ11 20.80 (5)e18.70 (10)e20.00 (6)eLarva18.67 (3)e19.00 (1)e22.20 (5)e21.00 (1)e23.40 (5)e22.49 (11)e23.00 (10)e18.83 (6)e
trxM18 20.50 (4)eLarva20.00 (1)eLarvaEmbryoEmbryoLarvaLarvaLarva23.84 (6)eLarvaEmbryo
trxJY16 LarvaLarvaLarvaLarvaLarvaLarvaLarvaLarvaLarvaLarvaLarvaLarva

Column headings represent maternally contributed alleles. Row headings (far left column) indicate paternally contributed alleles. Numbers are the average number of tranformations seen in adults of the genotypes determined by reading the column/row headings. Numbers in parentheses show the number of flies examined of the given genotypes. Males have a maximum of 29 transformations, females 26. The maximum average when there is a 1 male:1 female ratio is 27.5. An entry of embryo indicates that no larvae of the given genotype were seen. An entry of larva indicates that the genotype was lethal by the larval third instar stage. An entry of pupa indicates that the genotype was lethal during the pupal stage. Amorphic and antimorphic genotypes not included are embryonic lethal.

  • a Between 100 and 75% of the scored adults eclosed.

  • b Between 75 and 50% of the scored adults eclosed.

  • c Between 50 and 25% of the scored adults eclosed.

  • d Between 25% and 0 of the scored adults eclosed.

  • e None of the scored adults eclosed. If no superscript, 100% eclosed.