TABLE 3

Su(var)2-5 enhances rl-dependent phenotypes

Vein interruptionsb,c
Eye sizeaL3L4L5Wing phenotypec,d
25°
b lt rl/Df(2R)PRF1/3 to 1/2SignificantEntireSlightStrongly rolled, blistered in some flies
Su(var)2-5205 blt rl/Df(2R)PRF1/3SignificantEntireSignificantStrongly rolled, blistered, not fully expanded in some flies
18°
b lt rl/Df(2R)PRF1/3 to 1/2Slight in some fliesSignificant to entireNoneStrongly rolled, no blisters, fully expanded
Su(var)2-5205 b lt rl/Df(2R)PRF1/4 to 1/3Slight in most fliesSignificant to entireNoneStrongly rolled, no blisters, fully expanded
  • Examination of the rl hemizygous flies reported in Table 1. Sample sizes for each row (in descending order): 59, 35, 339, and 113. All flies were examined at the same time. Each genotype was directly compared to the other and to their rl+ sibs and to Oregon-R.

  • a Eye size was visually estimated relative to wild type. 1/3 to 1/2 means that eye size varied continuously and uniformly by inspection between 1/3 and 1/2. 1/3 means that eye size was uniformly ~1/3.

  • b Slight, <1/4 of length of vein; significant, between 1/4 and 3/4 of length; entire, >3/4 of vein length; significant to entire, flies vary from significant to entire within the genotype.

  • c Where there is no qualifier as “some” or “most,” all flies of a genotype have the indicated phenotype.

  • d Strongly rolled, extreme wing curvature.