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Symbol Chr.No Map Name Explanation Allele S R
Ac 3 ? Abnormal corselet Gene affecting formation of dorsal region in thoracic segment.X-ray induced;fissure along dorsal median line of first and second thoracic segments, homo-lethal.
Acp ? ? Absorbent of carotenoid pigment Gene relating to absorbancy of corotenoid pigmonts.Spontaneous; hemolymph color changes to light yellow under this gene, even though individuals has YI, YIS gene.
adl 22 active dispersalin larvae Gene affecting larval behavior jast after hatching.Spontaneous;hatching larvae have active dispersalin behavior under the dark condition.
al 5 37.9 albino Gene affecting harding of cuticle at the first ecdysis.Spontaneous;homozygotes hatch and develop normally during first instar, distinct albino features appear soon after first ecdysis and die with shrinking; cuticle layer incomplete in hardening and have porous structure, unable to eat leaves and to maintain body-water: Independent spontaneous mutation al2, like al but time of death variable. 1
al2 5 37.9 albino 2 like al but time of death variable Allele Of al 1
Alb 19 37.4 Albumin Spontaneous; hemolymph albumin fraction migrating more rapidly to the anode than other proteins on gel electrophoresis; AlbF for faster moving and AlbS for slower moving band.
AlbF 19 37.4 Albumin F see Alb Allele Of Alb 5
AlbS 19 37.4 Albumin S see Alb Allele Of Alb 4
Amy-d 8 2.8 Digestive juice amylase Spontaneous; presence of four and five highly active isozymes migrating toward cathode on acrylamide gel electrophoresis are respectively controlled by codominant alleles of Amy-dIV and Amy-dV; homozygotes for Amy-dn., previously referred to as ae for weak activity, lack cathode-migrating isozymes: Weaker anode-migrationg isozymes are controlled by Amy-da alleles (19-?).
Amy-da 19 ? Digestive juice amylase migrating toword anode Spontaneous; amylase isozyme migrating toward anode on polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis; most rapidly moving isozyme by Amy-daF, rapidly moving by Amy-daM, slowly moving by Amy-daS, respectively; activity much weaker as compound with cathodal isozymes controlled by Amy-d.
Amy-daF 19 ? Digestive juice amylase migrating toword anode (type F) see Amy-da Allele Of Amy-da 28
Amy-daM 19 ? Digestive juice amylase migrating toword anode (type M) see Amy-da Allele Of Amy-da 5
Amy-dan 19 ? Digestive juice amylase migrating toword anode (type n) see Amy-da Allele Of Amy-da 1
Amy-daS 19 ? Digestive juice amylase migrating toword anode (type S) see Amy-da Allele Of Amy-da 12
Amy-dIV 8 2.8 Digestive juice amylase (type IV) see Amy-d Allele Of Amy-d 106
Amy-dn 8 2.8 Digestive juice amylase weak see Amy-d Allele Of Amy-d 137
Amy-dV 8 2.8 Digestive juice amylase (type V) see Amy-d Allele Of Amy-d 13
Amy-hc 8 4.2 Hemolymph amylase C Spontaneous; hemolymph amylase can be separated into A to F bands on gel electrophoresis migrating toward anode; major band C controlled by Amy-hc alleles involving variations of migration rate as -hcS (Slow), -hcM (Moderate), -hcF (Fast) and of activity as -hcW (Weak), -hcMF (Moderate fast), -hcSM (Moderate slow), -hcSW (Slow and weak) ; homozygotes for Amy-hcn(null) formerly referred to as be for low activity, lack C isozyme band.
Amy-hcF 8 4.2 Hemolymph amylase C (type F) see Amy-hc Allele Of Amy-hc 25
Amy-hcM 8 4.2 Hemolymph amylase C (type M) see Amy-hc Allele Of Amy-hc 130
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