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Table 1.

Lethality rescue of PlexBKG00878 mutants

Sibling cross or mating*Homozygous viable progeny(n)
PlexBKG00878/ciD 5.7% (3272) 
PlexBKG00878/ciD ×Df(4)M101-62fleyD 0 (150) 
UAS:PlexB, elav-GAL4/TM3, Sb; PlexBKG00878/ciD 16.8% (2391) 
UAS:HA-PlexA, elav-GAL4/CyO;; PlexBKG00878/ciD 7.2%(2709) 
Sibling cross or mating*Homozygous viable progeny(n)
PlexBKG00878/ciD 5.7% (3272) 
PlexBKG00878/ciD ×Df(4)M101-62fleyD 0 (150) 
UAS:PlexB, elav-GAL4/TM3, Sb; PlexBKG00878/ciD 16.8% (2391) 
UAS:HA-PlexA, elav-GAL4/CyO;; PlexBKG00878/ciD 7.2%(2709) 
*

Homozygous viable progeny scored as progeny not displaying either the wing vein phenotype from the dominant marker cubitous interruptus(ciD) or the reduced eye phenotype from the eyeless dominant marker (eyD). Because the ciDmutation is homozygous lethal, the expected non-ciDprogeny from a sibling cross would be 33% if the `balanced' mutation is viable. n represents the total number of offspring scored.

If PlexBKG00878/Df(4)M101-62f progeny are viable, they would comprise 25% of total progeny, as ciD/eyDanimals are viable.

Statistically different from values for PlexBKG00878homozygous mutants. Fisher's exact test using a 2×2 contingency table; P<0.03.

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