Table 1 Lethality of GATOR1 mutants
CrossGenotype (Number of Adult Flies)% of Expected Ratio
nprl21 (Male) × nprl21/FM7 (Female)nprl21/FM7 (Female)nprl21 (Female)26.3a
388102
nprl21 (Male) × Df/FM7 (Female)nprl21/FM7 (Female)nprl21/Df (Female)28.1a
20357
nprl31/TM3 × nprl31/TM3nprl31/TM3nprl319.4b
64130
nprl31/TM3 × Df/TM3nprl31/TM3 and Df/TM3nprl31/Df24.1b
70585
nprl21/FM7; nprl31/TM3 (Male) × Df/TM3 (Female)nprl31/TM3 (Female) and Df/TM3 (Female)nprl21; nprl31/Df (Male)29.4c
57142
iml11/TM3 × iml11/TM3iml11/TM3iml110b
12000
iml11/TM3 × Df/TM3iml11/TM3 and Df/TM3iml11/Df0.5b
3871
  • a In these crosses, the FM7 (first chromosome balancer) was identified by the Bar eye. The expected Medelian ratio of non-Bar eyes to Bar eye female flies was 1:1.

  • b In these crosses, the TM3 (third chromosome balancer) was identified by the Sb marker. The expected Medelian ratio of non-Sb to Sb flies was 1:2, since the TM3/TM3 is embryonic lethal.

  • c In these crosses, the FM7 and TM3 was identified by the Bar and Sb markers. The expected Medelian ratio of male non-Sb and non-Bar to female Sb (both Bar and non-Bar) flies was 1:4, since the TM3/TM3 is embryonic lethal.