Induction of male recombination in Drosophila melanogaster by injection of extracts of flies showing male recombination View Full Text


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1976-07

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J. H. M. SOCHACKA, R. C. WOODRUFF

ABSTRACT

MORGAN1,2 was the first to report that no spontaneous recombination occurs in males of Drosophila melanogaster. Since then recombination has been induced in D. melanogaster males by various treatments3, for example, X rays. In an attempt to study the control of recombination in D. melanogaster, Reddi et al.4 injected males with ovarian extracts and, surprisingly, induced recombination. Subsequent attempts to repeat this experiment failed5,6. It is known that some natural populations of D. melanogaster show spontaneous male recombination7–10, and it has been suggested that this may be caused by episomes or viruses8,9,11. It is therefore possible that these male recombination-inducing factors could be transferred by injection, and that the failure to reproduce these results4 might have been due to the use of strains lacking such factors. We have therefore tested whether or not male recombination could be induced by injecting extracts of flies from strains showing male recombination into flies lacking male recombination. More... »

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287-289

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/822340


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