Genotype | Temperature | % Fertile^{a} | Brood size^{b} | % Male |
---|---|---|---|---|

WT^{c} | 25° | 100 (n = 258) | 201.5 ± 61.8 (n = 30) | 0.1 (n = 6044) |

lin-41(tn1487 ts) | 15° | 100 (n = 224) | 103.8 ± 37.8^{d} (n = 64) | 0.3 (n = 6642) |

lin-41(tn1487 ts) | 22° | 83.7 (n = 86) | 3.9 ± 3.8^{e} (n = 86) | 2.4 (n = 338) |

lin-41(tn1487 ts)^{c} | 25° | 0.3 (n = 310) | 0 ± 0.1 (n = 168) | ND |

lin-41(tn1487 tstn1515)^{c} | 25° | 98.1 (n = 472) | 66 ± 36 (n = 31) | 1.6 (n = 435) |

lin-41(tn1487 tstn1516)^{c} | 25° | 99.7 (n = 324) | 108 ± 36 (n = 25) | 2.5 (n = 1586) |

lin-41(tn1487 tstn1536)^{c} | 25° | 33.9 (n = 230) | 5.4 ± 6.3^{f} (n = 83) | 5.1 (n = 455) |

lin-41(tn1487 tstn1539)^{c} | 25° | 86.2 (n = 232) | 14.0 ± 10.9^{g} (n = 82) | 5.7 (n = 1152) |

↵a Fertile animals produced at least one viable offspring.

↵b Number of progeny hatching per adult.

↵c Newly fertilized embryos were collected at 15° and shifted to 25°. The fertility, brood size, incidence of male progeny, and embryonic lethality were measured by examination of the F

_{1}progeny.↵d

*lin-41(tn1487*ts*)*adults lay 139.7 eggs per adult (*n*= 32), with 75.9% hatching at 15°.↵e

*lin-41(tn1487*ts*)*adults lay 9.8 eggs per adult (*n*= 29), with 39.1% hatching at 22°.↵f

*lin-41(tn1487*ts*tn153*6*)*adults lay 29.1 eggs per adult (*n*= 39), with 20.1% hatching at 25°.↵g

*lin-41(tn1487*ts*tn153*9*)*adults lay 57.3 eggs per adult (*n*= 40), with 27.3% hatching at 25°.