TABLE 2

Dp(1;Y) chromosomes recovered

Largest Dp(1;Y) in stockb
InversionProgeny screenedNumber of Dp(1;Y) recoveredaBreakpointsNumber of genesSize (Mb)
In(1)BSC2In progress62C1;2F6560.32
In(1)BSC3232,000172C1;3E31651.68
In(1)BSC4341,000123F9;4D7810.98
In(1)BSC6884,000214D1;5D11101.21
In(1)BSC9894,000177B1;7D18920.87
In(1)BSC10330,000157D18;8C3690.84
In(1)BSC25383,000178A2;8F9940.97
In(1)BSC11271,00098E4;9E11131.24
In(1)BSC12In progress39B1;10B141441.37
In(1)BSC13232,0001110B3;11A1940.66
In(1)BSC26206,0003110C5;11D11431.35
In(1)BSC14384,0001612A9;12F4861.20
In(1)BSC27In progress112E3;13C51261.35
In(1)BSC16In progress513D3;14A9890.52
In(1)BSC17In progress314A6;14F5630.65
In(1)BSC19262,0001614F2;16C11321.07
In(1)BSC20163,000915F9;17C11061.22
In(1)BSC21441,0002117A1;18A71031.02
In(1)BSC22205,0001617C6;19A21551.26
  • a Males carrying some large Dp(1;Y) chromosomes were poorly viable and fertile due to hyperploidy. In(1)BSC10, In(1)BSC20, and In(1)BSC22 screens each produced one Dp(1;Y) too large to be maintained in stock; the In(1)BSC25 screen produced two.

  • b Minimal extents of medial duplicated region. See Table S3 for breakpoint ranges.