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Table 3.

Redundancy between nmy-1 and nmy-2 during elongation

Day one
Day two
Genotype*Hatching (%)L1 arrest(% of hatched)Hatching (%)L1 arrest(% of hatched)
nmy-2(RNAi) 52 0 -§ 
nmy-2(RNAi); nmy-1(sb113) 51 56 100 
nmy-2(RNAi); nmy-1(sb115) 47 53 Ste 
rde-2f 100 
nmy-2(RNAi);rde-2** 85 13 
Day one
Day two
Genotype*Hatching (%)L1 arrest(% of hatched)Hatching (%)L1 arrest(% of hatched)
nmy-2(RNAi) 52 0 -§ 
nmy-2(RNAi); nmy-1(sb113) 51 56 100 
nmy-2(RNAi); nmy-1(sb115) 47 53 Ste 
rde-2f 100 
nmy-2(RNAi);rde-2** 85 13 
*

RNAi was performed by feeding.

The L1 arrest phenotype observed was a severe, MIc-4-like arrest shown in Fig. 2B. This phenotype differed from the slow-growing L1-L3 Lumpy Dpy larva noted in Table 2.

n=117, all others values in the table are more than 190.

§

Not determined.

n=109.

**

Hermaphrodites were fed nmy-2(RNAi) for 1 day and were transferred to plates with normal bacteria for the day two brood.

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