TABLE 1

Interactions of lawc alleles with trx-G and Pc-G genes

Females
lawcP1lawcEF520Df(1)RA2Lawc+10trxB11ash-1VF101brm2trxE2
MalesOregon Rlawc1P1FM7FM7lawc+10TM1TM3
trxB11/TM3 211/0249/0213/0250/0234/0
brm2/TM6 217/0238/0210/0249/0198/0
ash-1VF101/TM3 292/0372/0297/0212/0254/0
trxB11ash-1VF101/TM1 272/14338/64218/69274/27261/12
brm2trxE2/TM3 192/10268/29215/28249/18229/9
lawcP1 270/44245/16
Df(3L)Pc-Mk/TM3 276/83258/3232/80
Pc4/TM3 192/57124/2244/59

Homozygous females of the genotypes indicated in the top row were crossed to males of the genotypes listed in the first column. Resulting progeny were examined for homeotic transformations such as haltere to wing, or third leg to second leg. In the case of Pc-G mutants, the progeny were examined for second or third legs transformed toward first legs, i.e., sex combs on the second or third legs. Data are presented as number of flies examined/percentage of flies with transformations.