A. C. E. Suley
Articles written in Journal of Genetics
Volume 49 Issue 1 May 1948 pp 38-41
Scarlet and cherry implants are autonomous in wild-type hosts and are not homologous with cinnabar.
Poppy implants are autonomous in wild-type hosts, but poppy maroon implants are pinker in wild-type hosts. Poppy may behave like bright in
Wild type is autonomous in maroon. Maroon is therefore not homologous with claret.
Volume 51 Issue 2 January 1953 pp 375-405
Experiments are described in which gonad transplants were made between sterile and fertile larvae. All implants developed autonomously, and sterile females were found capable of producing normal foster-children from an implanted ovary.
A stock was obtained, related to ‘normal’ gs lines, which showed sterility and gonad abnormality in a proportion of sibs only. The genetic determination not only of the
Breeding experiments were used to show that the sterilizing power of a maternal. genotype is never effective beyond the first generation, even when the mother of the second generation is herself affected to the extent of having only one ovary.
It is clear that the genetical factors involved, though variable, are all concerned with some process of egg production in the mother of sterile individuals, though the effects are never, or rarely, transmissible to transplants made when the mother is still a larva.
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