Transposition frequency (%) | |||
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Donor | Position | Pilot | Production |

CB-6028-3 | Y | 17.9 | |

CB-6019-3 | Y | 43.0 | |

CB-0286-3 | Y | 23.9 | |

CB-0560-3 | Y | 51.3 | |

CB-5902-3 | Y | 14.9 | |

CB-0263-3 | Y | 27.8 | |

CB-0514-3 | Y | 25.5 | |

CB-0102-3 | 2R:53F9 (veg) | 7.2 | 4.3 (n = 7976) |

CB-0100-3 | 2L:35D1 (esg) | 12.6 | 11.6 (n = 15,806) |

5-HA-1005 | 2R:42B | 22.7 | |

5-HA-1006 | 2R:46B13 | 18.6 | |

5-HA-1007 | 2R:53F9 | 23.9 | 30.0 (n = 4950) |

5-HA-1018 | 2R:52F7 | 11.6 | |

5-HA-1023 | 2L:21E2 | 9.9 | |

5-HA-1026 | 2R:41F1 | 28.5 | |

5-HA-1172 | Y | 14.4 | |

5-HA-2485 | Y | 24.9 | |

5-HA-2486 | Y | 21.1 | |

5-HA-2487 | Y | 1.2 | |

5-HA-2484 | Y | ND | 42.1 (n = 2765) |

5-HA-3124 | Y | 21.0 | |

5-HA-2488 | X:7D (singed) | 22.5 |

Results from pilot and production mobilizations using different donor sources. Transposition frequency is the fraction, as a percentage of fertile vials with at least one transposition. For the pilot experiments the number of fertile vials for each experiment was ∼150; for the production runs the number of fertile vials is noted in parentheses. ND, not done.