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Title

Genetic analysis of the wing vein pattern of Drosophila

AuthorsJiménez Díaz-Benjumea, Fernando ; García-Bellido, Antonio
KeywordsPattern formation
Morphogenetic operation
Genetic interaction
Wing vein
Issue Date1990
PublisherSpringer
CitationWilhelm Roux's Archives of Developmental Biology 198 (6): 336-354 (1990)
AbstractOf the many mutations known to affect the wing vein pattern we have selected the most extreme in 29 genes for study. Their phenotype can be classified in two major classes: lack-of-veins and excess-of-veins, and in several internally coherent groups. The study of multiple mutant combinations, within groups and between groups, reveals several genetic operations at work in the generation of the vein pattern. The finding that some of these mutations also affect cell proliferation in characteristic ways has prompted a generative model of wing morphogenetic and pattern formation based on cell behaviour properties defined by the corresponding wild-type genes.Of the many mutations known to affect the wing vein pattern we have selected the most extreme in 29 genes for study. Their phenotype can be classified in two major classes: lack-of-veins and excess-of-veins, and in several internally coherent groups. The study of multiple mutant combinations, within groups and between groups, reveals several genetic operations at work in the generation of the vein pattern. The finding that some of these mutations also affect cell proliferation in characteristic ways has prompted a generative model of wing morphogenetic and pattern formation based on cell behaviour properties defined by the corresponding wild-type genes.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF00383772
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/47750
DOI10.1007/BF00383772
ISSN0340-0794
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