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Phenotype Annotation :

Annotation Type  manifest in Description  dorsal-ventral compartment boundary of the wing | third instar larval stage, with ScerGAL4[sd-SG29.1]
Allele . Primary Identifier  FBal0147279

1 Allele

DB identifier Symbol Allele Class Organism
FBal0147279 ban[C.Scer\UAS.T:Avic\GFP-EGFP]   Drosophila melanogaster

1 Anatomy Term

Identifier Name Description
FBbt:00007643 dorsal-ventral compartment boundary of the wing A compartment boundary that divides the wing pouch into dorsal and ventral compartments. This boundary corresponds to the wing margin. It arises during the third instar stage.

0 CV Terms

1 Data Sets

Name URL
FlyBase data set for Drosophila melanogaster  

1 Development Term

Identifier Name Description
FBdv:00005339 third instar larval stage The third larval instar begins at the second larval molt and ends at puparium formation. Anterior spiracles are open to the outside; posterior spiracles have three openings each, and four groups of large branched hairs. The salivary glands extend to the second abdominal segment, with cells larger in the posterior than in the anterior of the gland. Mouth hooks typically have 9-12 teeth. About 24 hours before pupariation (at 25 degree C), larvae stop feeding and climb away from their food. Duration at 25 degrees C: approximately 48 hours (72-120 hours after egg laying; 48-96 hours after hatching).

1 Publications

First Author Title Year Journal Volume Pages PubMed ID
Becam I Notch-mediated repression of bantam miRNA contributes to boundary formation in the Drosophila wing. 2011 Development 138 3781-9 21795284