Fruit fly drawing, full fly (Drosophila melanogaster)
California Institute of Technology. Archives (Contributor)
Drosophila mutation named bithorax. The thorax has an enlarged middle section from which wing-like structures protrude. This drawing by Edith M. Wallace reproduced in the Red Book, p. 94. Mutation first discovered by Calvin Bridges in 1915. On back of drawing: bithorax III; 3-58.8 bithorax & alleles
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