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Rover sitter foraging behavior in drosophila melanogaster genetic localization to chromosome 2l using compound autosomes



Rover sitter foraging behavior in drosophila melanogaster genetic localization to chromosome 2l using compound autosomes



Journal of Insect Behavior 2(3): 291-300



Genetic control of the rover/sitter behavioral polymorphism in Drosophila melanogaster larvae was localized to the left arm of chromosome 2. Ten independent left and right compound second chromosomes were generated in isogenic rover and sitter strains by gamma irradiation and substituted into 25 different lines. Comparisons were made between lines to determine the chromosome arm contributions to rover/sitter phenotype expression.

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