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Microdissection and Identifying Stained Parts of Drosophila Maggots. Jessica Zereski Tyler Charlantini. Strain A307. This strain shows the muscle . Example Muscle. A307 Muscle. Sourced from: www.biol.sc.edu/~vogt/courses/neuro/ flylarva . pdf. Strain 50Y.

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Microdissection and identifying stained parts of drosophila maggots

Microdissection and Identifying Stained Parts of Drosophila Maggots

Jessica Zereski

Tyler Charlantini


Strain a307

Strain A307

  • This strain shows the muscle

Example Muscle

A307 Muscle

Sourced from: www.biol.sc.edu/~vogt/courses/neuro/flylarva.pdf


Strain 50y

Strain 50Y

  • This strain shows the mouth (not stained) and the dorsal prothoracic discs

Example Imaginal Discs

50Y ImaginalDiscs

Sourced from: https://bcrc.bio.umass.edu/courses/fall2011/biol/biol190h/


Strain c17

Strain C17

  • This picture shows the trachea

C17 Trachea

Example Trachea

Sourced from: www.biol.sc.edu/~vogt/courses/neuro/flylarva.pdf


Strain c171

Strain C17

  • This strain shows the midgut

  • Note that this is much smaller (in radius) and longer than the hindgut

C17 Midgut

Example Midgut

(Green) Sourced from: www.biol.sc.edu/~vogt/courses/neuro/flylarva.pdf


Strain c172

Strain C17

  • This picture shows the hindgut

  • Notice that the end is thicker and the organ is smaller than the midgut

C17 Hindgut

Example Hindgut

Sourced hindgut (blue)www.biol.sc.edu/~vogt/courses/neuro/flylarva.pdf


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