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Table 1.

mog;gld-3 double mutants

Germline defects (%)
Hermaphrodites scoredWild type (%)sp onlyoo onlysp+ootumOther (Gls)n
gld-3(RNAi) 20 35 21 20 933 
mog-6(q465);gld-3(RNAi) 32 54* 12 319 
mog-1(q223);gld-3(RNAi) 47 44* 222 
mog-4(q233);gld-3(RNAi) 40 40* 13 299 
mog-5(q449);gld-3(RNAi) 52 35* 373 
mog-6(q465) gld-3(q730) 100 173 
fem-3(q96gf);gld-3(RNAi) 46 30 19 352 
Germline defects (%)
Hermaphrodites scoredWild type (%)sp onlyoo onlysp+ootumOther (Gls)n
gld-3(RNAi) 20 35 21 20 933 
mog-6(q465);gld-3(RNAi) 32 54* 12 319 
mog-1(q223);gld-3(RNAi) 47 44* 222 
mog-4(q233);gld-3(RNAi) 40 40* 13 299 
mog-5(q449);gld-3(RNAi) 52 35* 373 
mog-6(q465) gld-3(q730) 100 173 
fem-3(q96gf);gld-3(RNAi) 46 30 19 352 

gld-3 mog double mutants form germline tumors. sp only, sperm only; oo only, oocyte-like germ cells only; sp+oo, sperm and oocyte-like germ cells; tum, tumorous germlines; other, other sterile phenotypes (including Gls, no germline in adults); n, number of adult worms scored.

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P<0.0001. P values were obtained in a χ-test by comparing the effect (i.e. tumorous and non tumorous germlines) of gld-3(RNAi) in wild-type versus mog mutant backgrounds

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