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Phenotype Annotation :

Annotation Type  phenotype class Description  increased cell death | somatic clone | third instar larval stage
Allele . Primary Identifier  FBal0151741

1 Allele

DB identifier Symbol Allele Class Organism
FBal0151741 lsn[5F3-8]   Drosophila melanogaster

0 Anatomy Term

2 CV Terms

Identifier Name Description
FBcv:0000425 increased cell death Phenotype that is an increase in the amount of cell death in a whole animal or in some specific organ tissue or clone of cells compared to wild-type.
FBcv:0000336 somatic clone A clone of somatic cells that share a genotype that is different from the genotype of the animal in which it resides and from which it is derived.

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
Herz HM Common and distinct genetic properties of ESCRT-II components in Drosophila. 2009 PLoS One 4 e4165 19132102