TABLE 2

Phenotypic analysis of l(3)psg alleles recovered from the EMS screen

PSGNon-PSG
LociAllelenPPiPPSumPPiPPSum% PSG% P-PSG
l(3)psg1130543116173401897750
3908493824350014146569
4584431620272014166174
l(3)psg2230030011152600448758
152034911618350212146951
l(3)psg33469430191332308117441
46725041217330611175852
l(3)psg436295551215320419234947
578048127184600229639
l(3)psg55307410919280310136868
9293647920360325284556
l(3)psg61020240217133205387541
1441659010152501717344260
l(3)psg7675311241133480559643969
141449501332450248504771
166774711512280712195743
  • Alleles from each of the seven lethal complementation groups are listed, along with the total number of mutant pupae screened for each (n). These animals were divided into two groups, those with persistent salivary glands at 12–36 hr AHE (PSG) and those without (non-PSG). Each group was subdivided into phenotypic classes representing mutants that arrest as prepupae (PP), mutants that undergo incomplete pupation (iP), or mutants that display essentially normal pupation (P). % PSG = [(PSG(iP) + PSG(P))/n]. % P-PSG = [(PSG(P)/Sum(PSG)].