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Table 1.

Summary of phenotypes shown by EGUF clones of pnr and Iro-C

GenotypesWild type controls (no EGUF)EGUF pnr clonesEGUF Iro-C clones
Wild type controls (no GAL4/UAS) Wild-type eye Dorsal eye enlargements Dorsal eye enlargements 
UAS-L; ey-GAL4 (ey>LTwenty percent of flies show ventral eye-specific reduction* Nearly 20% of the flies show small eye due to reduction of eye on both dorsal and ventral eye margins Nearly 20% of the flies show small eye due to reduction of eye on both dorsal and ventral eye margins 
ey-GAL4; UAS-SerDN(ey>SerDN) at 25°C Fifty percent of flies show complete loss of eye to very small eye Ninety-nine percent of flies show complete loss of eye Ninety-nine percent of flies show complete loss of eye 
GenotypesWild type controls (no EGUF)EGUF pnr clonesEGUF Iro-C clones
Wild type controls (no GAL4/UAS) Wild-type eye Dorsal eye enlargements Dorsal eye enlargements 
UAS-L; ey-GAL4 (ey>LTwenty percent of flies show ventral eye-specific reduction* Nearly 20% of the flies show small eye due to reduction of eye on both dorsal and ventral eye margins Nearly 20% of the flies show small eye due to reduction of eye on both dorsal and ventral eye margins 
ey-GAL4; UAS-SerDN(ey>SerDN) at 25°C Fifty percent of flies show complete loss of eye to very small eye Ninety-nine percent of flies show complete loss of eye Ninety-nine percent of flies show complete loss of eye 

Percentages have been calculated based on eye disc and adult eye phenotypes independently and results presented are averages of both. Minimum sample size for each experiment was 20 imaginal discs and 100 adult flies.

*

There is low penetrance in ey-GAL4; UAS-L phenotype in eye

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