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Classical Genetics: Drosophila

Wikipedia: Drosophila is a genus of flies, belonging to the family Drosophilidae, whose members are often called "small fruit flies" or (less frequently) pomace flies, vinegar flies, or wine flies, a reference to the characteristic of many species to linger around overripe or rotting fruit. One species of Drosophila in particular, D. melanogaster, has been heavily used in research in genetics and is a common model organism in developmental biology. The terms "fruit fly" and "Drosophila" are often used synonymously with D. melanogaster in modern biological literature. The entire genus, however, contains more than 1,500 species and is very diverse in appearance, behavior, and breeding habitat. D. melanogaster is a popular experimental animal because it is easily cultured en masse out of the wild, has a short generation time, and mutant animals are readily obtainable. In 1906, Thomas Hunt Morgan began his work on D. melanogaster and reported his first finding of a 'white' (eyed) mutant in 1910 to the academic community. He was in search of a model organism to study genetic heredity and required a species that could randomly acquire genetic mutation that would visibly manifest as morphological changes in the adult animal. His work on Drosophila earned him the 1933 Nobel Prize in Medicine for identifying chromosomes as the vector of inheritance for genes.

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Citations The Papers (from PubMed®)

RevDate: 2007-03-19
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

KAPLAN WD, MF LYON (1953)

Failure of mercaptoethylamine to protect against the mutagenic effects of radiation. I. Experiments with Drosophila.

Science (New York, N.Y.), 118(3078):776-777.

RevDate: 2017-07-14
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

ALTORFER N (1953)

[The ribonucleic acid content of different genotypes of Drosophila melanogaster].

Experientia, 9(12):463-465.

RevDate: 2008-06-03
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

GHELELOVITCH S (1953)

[Effect of temperature on the development of a hereditary tumor in Drosophila melanogaster Meig..].

Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des seances de l'Academie des sciences, 237(22):1445-1447.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

BOSIGER E (1953)

[Sexual activity of females and males of two mutant strains of Drosophila melanogaster].

Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des seances de l'Academie des sciences, 237(19):1180-1182.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2007-02-02

Kaplan WD (1953)

The Influence of Minutes upon Somatic Crossing over in Drosophila Melanogaster.

Genetics, 38(6):630-651.

RevDate: 2016-12-28
CmpDate: 2006-06-01

Ives PT, Fenton BJ, Yost HT, et al (1953)

The Effects of Infra-Red Radiation and Desiccation on Crossingover in Drosophila Melanogaster.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 39(11):1134-1141.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

BOSIGER E (1953)

[Sexual isolation between two mutant strains of Drosophila melanogaster].

Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des seances de l'Academie des sciences, 237(16):934-936.

RevDate: 2007-03-19
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

McDONOUGH ES (1953)

Inhibition of mold contamination in Drosophila food using sodium orthophenylphenate.

Science (New York, N.Y.), 118(3066):388.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2006-06-01

Chovnick A, AS Fox (1953)

Immunogenetic Studies of Pseudoallelism in Drosophila Melanogaster.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 39(10):1035-1043.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

GARDNER EJ, MD GARDNER (1953)

Further evidence for maternal effect and modifiers of tumorous head genes in natural populations of Drosophila melanogaster.

Cancer research, 13(10):689-693.

RevDate: 2005-11-16
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

SELMAN GG, SJ COUNCE (1953)

Abnormal embryonic development in Drosophila induced by ultrasonic treatment.

Nature, 172(4376):503-504.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

L'HERITIER (1953)

[Hereditary virus of Drosophila].

Concours medical, 75(36):2999-3001.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2007-02-02

Dobzhansky T, B Spassky (1953)

Genetics of Natural Populations. Xxi. Concealed Variability in Two Sympatric Species of Drosophila.

Genetics, 38(5):471-484.

RevDate: 2016-12-28
CmpDate: 2007-02-02

Wallace B, C Madden (1953)

The Frequencies of Sub- and Supervitals in Experimental Populations of Drosophila Melanogaster.

Genetics, 38(5):456-470.

RevDate: 2017-11-16
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

WATANABE MI, CM WILLIAMS (1953)

Mitochondria in the flight muscles of insects. II. Effects of the medium on the size form, and organization of isolated sarcosomes.

The Journal of general physiology, 37(1):71-90.

1. The sarcosomes of Drosophila and the blowfly, Phormia, are dense, spherical, homogeneous bodies when isolated from flight muscle and promptly examined under the phase contrast, oil immersion objective. 2. Their average diameter in newly emerged flies is about 1 micro. This value increases rapidly during the 1st week of adult life and then becomes constant at approximately 2.5 micro. At each age the variation in sarcosome diameter conforms approximately to a normal distribution. 3. The degree to which isolated sarcosomes retain their initial size and organization is remarkably conditioned by the composition and the hydrogen ion concentration of the medium in which they are teased and suspended. In suboptimal media three major categories of change were encountered: (1) swelling, with or without compaction of the contents (as in distilled water and salt solutions); (2) shrinkage to rod-like, pleomorphic forms (as in blood serum); and (3) fuzzy degeneration (as in sugar solutions). 4. The membrane that surrounds each sarcosome becomes plainly visible in swollen sarcosomes. A continuation of swelling is accompanied by the escape of the sarcosomal contents, the vacated membrane persisting as a spherical, optically empty ghost. 5. Sarcosomes appear to behave like osmometers when suspended in various aqueous solutions. Solutes which penetrate the membrane show only transient effects in preventing the osmotic entry of water. 6. Under this analysis we find the membrane to be more or less freely permeable to the ions of sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, chloride, and phosphate, to non-electrolytes smaller than hexoses, to phosphorylated hexoses, and to several intermediates of the citric acid cycle. 7. The sarcosomal membrane appears to be less permeable to non-electrolytes larger than pentoses, provided that such molecules are not phosphorylated. 8. The membrane shows a higher permeability to ATP than to ADP. The significance of this observation is considered with respect to the ADP-ATP shuttle between sarcosomes and muscle fibrils. 9. Simple solutions of electrolytes or non-electrolytes cause more or less conspicuous changes in the microscopic appearance of sarcosomes. Prolonged preservation was achieved only in more complicated media containing protein. It is concluded that the Donnan equilibrium is the source of the principal osmotic forces regulating the movement of water through the sarcosomal membrane. 10. The optimal medium for the preservation of isolated sarcosomes was an intracellular Ringer solution containing 2.5 per cent crystalline bovine albumin in 0.16 M potassium phosphate buffer at pH 7.0.

RevDate: 2007-03-19
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

PERLITSH M, A KELNER (1953)

The reduction by reactivating light of the frequency of phenocopies induced by ultraviolet light in drosophila melanogaster.

Science (New York, N.Y.), 118(3058):165-166.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2006-06-01

Levine RP, PT Ives (1953)

Mutation Rates and Lethal Gene Frequencies in Populations of Drosophila Melanogaster.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 39(8):817-823.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

PETIT C (1953)

[Variations of the coefficient of sexual isolation in isogenic strains of Drosophila melanogaster].

Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des seances de l'Academie des sciences, 237(2):203-204.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

COMFORT A (1953)

Absence of a Lansing effect in Drosophila subobscura.

Nature, 172(4367):83-84.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

MAGNI GE (1953)

Sex-ratio; a non-Mendelian character in Drosophila bifasciata.

Nature, 172(4367):81.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2007-02-02

Lefevre G, Ratty FJ, GD Hanks (1953)

Frequency of Notch Mutations Induced in Normal, Duplicated and Inverted X-Chromosomes of Drosophila Melanogaster.

Genetics, 38(4):345-359.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2007-02-02

Baker WK (1953)

V-Type Position Effects of a Gene in Drosophila Virilis Normally Located in Heterochromatin.

Genetics, 38(4):328-344.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2007-02-02

House VL (1953)

The Interaction of Mutants Affecting Venation in Drosophila Melanogaster. II. Additive and Pattern Effects of Combinations of Hairless, Engrailed and Cubitus Interruptus.

Genetics, 38(4):309-327.

RevDate: 2009-11-11
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

SCHINZ HR, H FRITZ-NIGGLI (1953)

[Mutation trials with anti-Drosophila serum].

Radiologia clinica, 22(4):374-379.

RevDate: 2008-06-03
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

GHELELOVITCH S (1953)

[Statistical distribution of tumors in the imagos of two strains of Drosophila with hereditary tumors].

Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des seances de l'Academie des sciences, 236(23):2279-2281.

RevDate: 2016-12-28
CmpDate: 2006-06-01

Young WJ, Yost HT, Ives PT, et al (1953)

The Effect of Pretreatment with Infra-Red Radiation on the X-ray Induced Sex-Linked Recessive Lethal and Visible Mutation Rate in Drosophila Melanogaster.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 39(6):488-495.

RevDate: 2017-07-14
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

BOSIGER E (1953)

[Research on isolation of sexes in experimental populations of Drosophila melanogaster; influence of the age of the individuals on the coefficient of preference].

Experientia, 9(6):221-222.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

BOSIGER E (1953)

[Frequency of visible mutations in two natural populations of Drosophila melanogaster].

Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des seances de l'Academie des sciences, 236(20):1999-2002.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

BRITO DA CUNHA A (1953)

A further analysis of the polymorphism of Drosophila polymorpha.

Nature, 171(4359):887.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2007-02-02

House VL (1953)

The Interaction of Mutants Affecting Venation in Drosophila Melanogaster. I. Interaction of Hairless, Engrailed and Cubitus Interruptus.

Genetics, 38(3):199-215.

RevDate: 2008-11-20
CmpDate: 2006-06-01

King RC (1953)

Effects of Alkali Metal Ions on Development of Drosophila, with Special Reference to Lithium-Induced Abnormalities.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 39(5):403-407.

RevDate: 2016-11-22
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

GUILLEMAIN A (1953)

[Discovery and localization of a gene in Drosophila melanogaster inhibiting the multiplication of a virus with hereditary sensitivity to carbon dioxide].

Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des seances de l'Academie des sciences, 236(10):1085-1086.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2007-02-02

Carson HL (1953)

The Effects of Inversions on Crossing over in Drosophila Robusta.

Genetics, 38(2):168-186.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2007-02-02

Fox AS, TB White (1953)

Immunogenetic Studies of Drosophila Melanogaster. III. Further Evidence of Genic Interaction in the Determination of Antigenic Specificity.

Genetics, 38(2):152-167.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2006-06-01

Dobzhansky T, B Wallace (1953)

The Genetics of Homeostasis in Drosophila.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 39(3):162-171.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2006-06-01

Baker WK, ES Von Halle (1953)

The Basis of the Oxygen Effect on X-Irradiated Drosophila Sperm.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 39(3):152-161.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

KULIKOV VA (1953)

[Formation of cleistocarp in Sphaerotheca mors-uvae and its relation to temperature and humidity of air].

Mikrobiologiia, 22(2):194-197.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

MEHTAB M (1953)

Chromosomal re-arrangements in the progeny of Drosophila males treated with mustard gas.

Nature, 171(4345):262.

RevDate: 2017-08-08
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

KAFER E (1953)

[Vitality mutations induced by roentgen rays in Drosophila melanogaster].

Zeitschrift fur induktive Abstammungs- und Vererbungslehre, 84(5):508-535.

RevDate: 2016-11-22
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

BIRD MJ, OG FAHMY (1953)

Cytogenetic analysis of the action of carcinogens and tumour inhibitors in Drosophila melanogaster. I. 1:2, 3:4-diepoxybutane.

Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences, 140(901):556-578.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2007-02-02

Green MM (1953)

The Beadex Locus in Drosophila Melanogaster: On the Nature of the Mutants Bx and Bx.

Genetics, 38(1):91-105.

RevDate: 2016-12-28
CmpDate: 2006-06-01

Vetukhiv M (1953)

Viability of Hybrids Between Local Populations of Drosophila Pseudoobscura.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 39(1):30-34.

RevDate: 2006-12-14
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

BILEWICZ S (1953)

[Experiments on the effect of reproductive function on the longevity in Drosophila melanogaster].

Folia biologica, 1(3):177-194.

RevDate: 2017-08-08
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

SOBELS FH, LE NIJENHUIS (1953)

An investigation into the metamorphosis of the mutant lethal-translucida of Drosophila melanogaster.

Zeitschrift fur induktive Abstammungs- und Vererbungslehre, 85(4):579-592.

RevDate: 2017-08-08
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

AUERBACH C, H MOSER (1953)

An analysis of the mutagenic action of formaldehyde-food. I. Sensitivity of Drosophila germ cells.

Zeitschrift fur induktive Abstammungs- und Vererbungslehre, 85(4):479-504.

RevDate: 2017-08-08
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

GREEN MM (1953)

The beadex locus in Drosophila melanogaster: genetic analysis of the mutant Bxr49k.

Zeitschrift fur induktive Abstammungs- und Vererbungslehre, 85(4):435-449.

RevDate: 2005-11-16
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

LOTMAR R (1953)

[Comparative ultrasonic studies with continuous and impulse operations; study in larvae and pupae of Drosophila melanogaster].

Strahlentherapie, 92(3):458-468.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

LE CALVEZ J (1953)

[Cytological chart of giant chromosomes of salivary glands of Drosophila immigrans Sturt].

Chromosoma, 6(2):170-174.

RevDate: 2005-11-16
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

LUERS H (1953)

[The mutagenic capacity of triethylenemelamine on Drosophila melanogaster].

Archiv fur Geschwulstforschung, 6(1):77-83.

RevDate: 2017-08-08
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

OFTEDAL P (1953)

[The histogenesis of a new tumor in Drosophila melanogaster, and a comparison with tumors of five other stocks].

Zeitschrift fur induktive Abstammungs- und Vererbungslehre, 85(3):408-422.

RevDate: 2017-08-08
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

STUMM-ZOLLINGER E (1953)

[Comparative studies on inversion frequency in Drosophila subobscura in populations of Switzerland and Southwest Europe].

Zeitschrift fur induktive Abstammungs- und Vererbungslehre, 85(3):382-407.

RevDate: 2017-08-08
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

KOSKE T (1953)

[Hybridization experiments in obscura group of Drosophila species].

Zeitschrift fur induktive Abstammungs- und Vererbungslehre, 85(3):373-381.

RevDate: 2017-08-08
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

MAINX F, KOSKE T, E SMITAL (1953)

[Studies on chromosomal structure of European species of Drosophila obscura group].

Zeitschrift fur induktive Abstammungs- und Vererbungslehre, 85(3):354-372.

RevDate: 2017-11-16
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

SCHLEGEL-OPRECHT E (1953)

[Trials for the production of mutations in zoophagous cynipid Pseudeucoila bochei Weld and findings on genospecific defense reaction of the host Drosophila melanogaster].

Zeitschrift fur induktive Abstammungs- und Vererbungslehre, 85(2):245-281.

RevDate: 2005-11-16
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

VON BRANDT H, W DITTRICH (1953)

[Induced breaks of the ring chromosome Xc2 of Drosophila melanogaster after irradiation with x-rays and fast electrons].

Strahlentherapie, 91(1):149-156.

RevDate: 2017-08-05
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

BRNCIC D (1953)

Chromosomal variation in natural populations of Drosophila guaramunu.

Zeitschrift fur induktive Abstammungs- und Vererbungslehre, 85(1):1-11.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

VON BRANDT H, G HOHNE (1953)

[Mutation release in Drosophila melanogaster by rapid electrons of a 6 MeV-betatron].

Strahlentherapie, 90(1):93-99.

RevDate: 2013-11-21
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

HINTON T (1952)

A quantitative study of folic acid requirements and reversal of aminopterin inhibition in drosophila.

Science (New York, N.Y.), 116(3026):708-710.

RevDate: 2008-06-03
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

MITTLER S (1952)

Influence of amino acids upon incidence of tumors in tu 50j stock of D. melanogaster.

Science (New York, N.Y.), 116(3024):657-659.

RevDate: 2016-11-22
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

LESHER S (1952)

Studies on the larval salivary gland of Drosophila. III. The histochemical localization and possible significance of ribonucleic acid, alkaline phosphatase and polysaccharide.

The Anatomical record, 114(4):633-651.

RevDate: 2016-12-28
CmpDate: 2007-02-02

Baker WK, CW Edington (1952)

The Induction of Translocations and Recessive Lethals in Drosophila under Various Oxygen Concentrations.

Genetics, 37(6):665-677.

RevDate: 2016-12-28
CmpDate: 2007-02-02

Dobzhansky T, Spassky B, N Spassky (1952)

A Comparative Study of Mutation Rates in Two Ecologically Diverse Species of Drosophila.

Genetics, 37(6):650-664.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2006-06-01

Lewis EB (1952)

The Pseudoallelism of White and Apricot in Drosophila Melanogaster.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 38(11):953-961.

RevDate: 2008-11-20
CmpDate: 2006-06-01

Green MM (1952)

The Beadex Locus in Drosophila Melanogaster: The Genotypic Constitution of Bx.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 38(11):949-953.

RevDate: 2008-06-03
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

PLAINE HL, B GLASS (1952)

The effect of oxygen concentration upon the induction by X-rays of melanotic tumors in Drosophila melanogaster.

Cancer research, 12(11):829-833.

RevDate: 2017-07-14
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

MACKENDRICK ME, G PONTECORVO (1952)

Crossing-over between alleles at the w locus in Drosophila melanogaster.

Experientia, 8(10):390-391.

RevDate: 2007-03-19
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

OFTEDAL P (1952)

Histology and histogenesis of Drosophila tumors.

Science (New York, N.Y.), 116(3015):392-393.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

PETIT C (1952)

[A case of high mutability in Drosophila melanogaster].

Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des seances de l'Academie des sciences, 235(14):745-747.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2006-06-01

Poulson DF, Bowen VT, Hilse RM, et al (1952)

The Copper Metabolism of Drosophila.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 38(10):912-921.

RevDate: 2016-11-22
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

BODENSTEIN D, B SACKTOR (1952)

Cytochrome c oxidase activity during the metamorphosis of Drosophila virilis.

Science (New York, N.Y.), 116(3012):299-300.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2007-02-02

Altenburg LS, Altenburg E, RN Baker (1952)

Evidence Indicating That the Mutation Rate Induced in Drosophila by Low Doses of Ultraviolet Light Is an Exponential Function of the Dose.

Genetics, 37(5):558-561.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2007-02-02

Altenburg E, Bergendahl J, LS Altenburg (1952)

The Non-Effect of Intensity on the Mutagenesis of Ultraviolet Light within a Nineteen-Fold Range in Drosophila.

Genetics, 37(5):554-557.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2007-02-02

Altenburg LS, E Altenburg (1952)

The Lowering of the Mutagenic Effectiveness of Ultraviolet by Photoreactivating Light in Drosophila.

Genetics, 37(5):545-553.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2007-02-02

Krivshenko JD (1952)

A Cytogenetic Study of the Y Chromosome in Drosophila Buscki.

Genetics, 37(5):500-518.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2007-02-02

Gardner EJ, Stott GH, DM Dearden (1952)

Modifiers of Tumorous Head Genes in Natural Populations and Laboratory Stocks of Drosophila Melanogaster.

Genetics, 37(5):451-456.

RevDate: 2008-11-20
CmpDate: 2006-06-01

Moore JA (1952)

Competition Between Drosophila Melanogaster and Drosophila Simulans: II. The Improvement of Competitive Ability Through Selection.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 38(9):813-817.

RevDate: 2017-08-08
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

GROB H (1952)

[Developmental investigations of the salivary glands, the intestinal tract and the imaginal plates of the lethal race (lgl) of Drosophila melanogaster].

Zeitschrift fur induktive Abstammungs- und Vererbungslehre, 84(4):320-360.

RevDate: 2006-11-15
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

PIPKIN SB (1952)

Seasonal fluctuations in Drosophila populations at different altitudes in the Lebanon mountains.

Zeitschrift fur induktive Abstammungs- und Vererbungslehre, 84(4):270-305.

RevDate: 2010-09-15
CmpDate: 2006-06-01

Glass B, HL Plaine (1952)

The Role of Oxygen Concentration in Determining the Effectiveness of X-Rays on the Action of a Specific Gene in Drosophila Melanogaster.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 38(8):697-705.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2006-06-01

Brown SW, A Hannah (1952)

An Induced Maternal Effect on the Stability of the Ring-X-Chromosome of Drosophila Melanogaster.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 38(8):687-693.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2006-06-01

Kavanagh F, Hervey A, WJ Robbins (1952)

Antibiotic Substances from Basidiomycetes: IX. Drosophila Subtarata. (Batsch Ex Fr.) Quel.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 38(7):555-560.

RevDate: 2016-12-28
CmpDate: 2006-06-01

Prout T (1952)

Selection Against Heterozygotes for Autosomal Lethals in Natural Populations of Drosophila Willistoni.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 38(6):478-481.

RevDate: 2016-12-28
CmpDate: 2006-06-01

Cordeiro AR (1952)

Experiments on the Effects in Heterozygous Condition of Second Chromosomes from Natural Populations of Drosophila Willistoni.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 38(6):471-478.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2007-02-02

Gersh ES (1952)

Pigmentation in a Mottled White Eye Due to Position Effect in Drosophila Melanogaster.

Genetics, 37(3):322-338.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2007-02-02

Novitski E (1952)

The Genetic Consequences of Anaphase Bridge Formation in Drosophila.

Genetics, 37(3):270-287.

RevDate: 2015-11-19
CmpDate: 2004-02-15

BURDETTE WJ (1952)

Effect of nitrogen mustard on tumor incidence and lethal mutation rate in Drosophila.

Cancer research, 12(5):366-368.

RevDate: 2010-02-08
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

MYERS K (1952)

Oviposition and mating behaviour of the Queensland fruit-fly (Dacus (Strumeta) tryoni (Frogg.)) and the solanum fruit fly (Dacus (Strumeta) cacuminatus (Hering)).

Australian journal of scientific research. Ser. B: Biological sciences, 5(2):264-281.

RevDate: 2009-11-18
CmpDate: 2006-06-01

Green MM (1952)

Mutant Isoalleles at the Vermilion Locus in Drosophila Melanogaster.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 38(4):300-305.

RevDate: 2016-12-30
CmpDate: 2004-02-15

KURNICK NB, IH HERSKOWITZ (1952)

The estimation of polyteny in Drosophila salivary gland nuclei based on determination of desoxyribonucleic acid content.

Journal of cellular and comparative physiology, 39(2):281-299.

RevDate: 2005-11-16
CmpDate: 2003-05-01

VALADARES-DA-COSTA M, R JACQUOT (1952)

[Effect of tryptophan overload on the development and coloration of the eye of mutants v and vbw of the Drosophila melanogaster as a function of the protein levels of the medium].

Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des seances de l'Academie des sciences, 234(11):1214-1216.

RevDate: 2014-08-12
CmpDate: 2010-07-02

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BURLA H, H GLOOR (1952)

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[A contribution to the study of hereditary carbon dioxide sensitivity in Drosophila: an attempt at purifying the hereditary factor].

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PATTERSON EK, ME DACKERMAN (1952)

Nucleic acid content in relation to cell size in the mature larval salivary gland of Drosophila melanogaster.

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Tumor incidence and lethal mutation rate in Drosophila treated with 20-methylcholanthrene.

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Breakage of chromosomes produced by ultraviolet radiation in Drosophila.

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