TABLE 2

Sperm genotypes and descriptive parameters for progeny of crosses to normal females

MaleaNbX2Y2XY202NDcDdRXdRYd
+/cry+Y1601332611471130.0251.000.620.54
(1.00–1.00)(0.14–1.0)(0.12–0.88)
Xh/cry+Y165131843676311519.30.610.270.09
(0.58–0.64)(0.24–0.31)(0.08–0.10)
+/cryYe12198436600402542.40.990.490.33
(0.99–0.99)(0.41–0.57)(0.27–0.38)
Xh/cryY164102222129284517.50.620.220.05
(0.58–0.67)(0.18–0.26)(0.04–0.06)
  • a +, SteW12; Xh, Df(1)X1, SteW12 Bx;cry+Y, BSY y+; cryY, BScry1Y y+.

  • b Number of males crossed. Matings were performed with one male and three females.

  • c (Exceptional progeny)/male.

  • d X–Y disjunction and chromosome-specific sperm recoveries (see text): Embedded Image, Embedded Image, and Embedded Image. Support intervals found using the method of maximum likelihood are shown in parentheses.

  • e Results from Belloni et al. (2000).