Three purple allelomorphs ofDrosophila pseudo-obscura Race A and their interaction with vermilion are described. Purple gives 47·2 per cent. recombination with Lancefield’s orange, and Scute, a new autosomal dominant, is shown to lie midway between purple and orange. The presence of an inversion in this chromosome is indicated.
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Crew, F.A.E., Lamy, R. The second linkage group inDrosophila pseudo-obscura . Journ. of Genetics 29, 269 (1934). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02982200
- Linkage Group
- Mutant Character
- Bald Patch
- Attachment Constriction
- Pinkish Yellow