• Genetics and cytology ofDrosophila subobscura - III. Transplantation of eye-buds betweenDrosophila subobscura andDrosophila melanogaster

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    • Abstract

       

      1. Cardinal inDrosophila subobscura, now called vermilion, is homologous with vermilion inD. melanogaster.

      2. Scarlet and cherry implants are autonomous in wild-type hosts and are not homologous with cinnabar.

      3. Poppy implants are autonomous in wild-type hosts, but poppy maroon implants are pinker in wild-type hosts. Poppy may behave like bright inD. melanogaster.

      4. Wild type is autonomous in maroon. Maroon is therefore not homologous with claret.

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      J. M. Rendel1 A. C. E. Suley2

      1. National Animal Breeding Research Organization, Institute of Animal Genetics, Edinburgh
      2. Department of Biometry, University College, London
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