TABLE 1

Sperm genotypes and descriptive parameters for progeny of crosses to attached-2 females

MaleaNbX22X0Y22Y0XY22XY002200NDcD1dD2dD3dRXdRYdR2d
+/cry+Y32452940042010010.080.880.991.001.000.010.01
(0.80–0.94)(0.81–1.00)(0.90–1.00)(0.79–1.00)(0.00–0.30)(0.00–0.17)
Xh/cry+Y12305511401192150.220.710.610.711.000.510.06
(0.62–0.79)(0.42–0.81)(0.42–0.89)(0.57–1.00)(0.19–1.00)(0.02–0.12)
+/cryY8351105544446197104363.240.730.810.980.490.090.05
(0.69–0.76)(0.74–0.88)(0.97–0.99)(0.41–0.58)(0.05–0.14)(0.03–0.07)
Xh/cryY1251961431212793.900.610.400.460.680.460.02
(0.54–0.69)(0.18–0.70)(0.17–0.85)(0.25–1.00)(0.16–1.00)(0.01–0.05)
  • a +, SteW12; Xh, Df(1)X1, SteW12 Bx; cry+Y, BSY y+; cryY, BScry1Y y+.

  • b Number of males crossed. Matings were peformed in vials with five males and 15 females.

  • c 2 × progeny/male.

  • d Maximum-likelihood estimates of disjunctional frequencies and chromosome-specific sperm recoveries (see text). Ninety-five percent support intervals are in parentheses.