Phenotypes of relevant mutations affecting sex determination

GeneMutationXX phenotypeXO phenotype
Wild typeViable hermaphroditeViable mating male
tra-1 IIIe1099Poor mating malePoor mating male
e1834Poor mating malePoor mating male
tra-2 IIe1095Nonmating maleMating male
ar221Nonmating male(25°) or hermaphrodite (15°)Mating male
q276Mating maleMating male
e2020FemaleMating male
tra-3 IVe1767Nonmating male (m-z-) or hermaphrodite (m+z-)Mating male
Mating male
her-1 Ve1518HermaphroditeHermaphrodite
e1561HermaphroditeHermaphrodite (25°) or male (15°)
fem-1 IVe1927FemaleFemale (m-z-)
fem-2 IIIe2105Female (m-z-)Female (m-z-, 25°)
fem-3 IVe1996FemaleFemale (m-z-)
xol-1 Xy9Viable hermaphrodite (Tra enhanced)Dead, feminized
sdc-2 Xy15Dead, masculinizedViable mating male
sdc-3 Vy52Viable, masculinizedViable mating male
dpy-26 IVn199Dead, hermaphroditeViable mating male
dpy-27 IIIrh18Dead, hermaphroditeViable mating male
fog-2 Vq71FemaleMating male
  • Relevant phenotypes are more fully described at appropriate points in the text. The abbreviation (m+z-) refers to animals homozygous for a given mutation but derived from a heterozygous mother carrying a wild-type allele for the relevant gene; (m-z-) refers to homozygous mutants derived from homozygous mutant mothers.