TABLE 2

Mutant lines are listed in phenotypic classes

No. of linesLethal complementation groupsPhenotypic classNo. of single lethal hits
GroupTotalLethalsGroup members
A163ND
B2013B1BI2L4332/2L4449
B2CII/BI2L3456/2L4332
B3–B12BOne allele each10
C4741C1CI/CII2L2416/2L2648/2L3301
C2CII/CI2L3301/2L3918/2L3937
C3CII/CI2L4081/2L1749/2L2953
C4CII/C02L4081/2L2816
C5C02L2816/2L3547
C6CII2L3311/2L3500/2L3908
C7CII2L3908/2L3642
C8CII/BI2L1663/2L3642/2L3390
C9CII/C02L1663/2L2572
C10CI/C02L1554/2L2572
C11CI/C02L1554/2L2269
C12C0/CII2L2269/2L2526
C13C02L3569/2L3948
C14CII/C02L1360/2L4744
C15C02L0944/2L3651/2L4508
C16CII2L4508/2L3456
C17–C30COne allele each14
D2824D1DI2L0439/2L1506/2L16872L2181/2L3179/ 2L3696/2L3910/2L4333
D2DIII/DII2L0028/2L1693/2L3707
D3DI/DIV/D02L2676/2L2769/2L3090
D4–D13DOne allele each10
E8158E1E0/EI2L1923/2L3244
E2EIII2L3637/2L4501
E3EIII2L2218/2L3443
E4–E55EOne allele each52
  • Within each class the lethal alleles (column 3) were tested for complementation. Several lines in phenotypic classes C and B showed unexplained partial complementation behavior. See text for discussion.