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Strain Species Genotype
KK356 C. elegans mel-4(it12) unc-4(e120)/mnC1 [dpy-10(e128) unc-52(e444)] II. Show Description
Heterozygotes are WT and segregate WT, DpyUnc and Unc-4s which give only dead eggs (it12 is temperature sensitive). Maintain by picking WT. Strict maternal effect.
BA1044 C. elegans spe-27(it132) spe-29(it127) IV; him-5(e1490) V. Show Description
Non-conditional hermaphrodite sterile. Males fertile. Self-progeny produced after mating.
BA1051 C. elegans spe-12(hc76) I; spe-29(it127) IV; him-5(e1490) V. Show Description
Self-sterile hermaphrodites; fertile males. Mated hermaphrodites produce self and outcross progeny. Self progeny are 33% males.
BA959 C. elegans spe-29(it127) dpy-20(e1282) IV. Show Description
Homozygous male/hermaphrodite line. Males are fertile. Hermaphrodites are sterile, but slightly leaky producing a few progeny (at 25C - ts not tested). In pronase, spermatids from males activate to form many long spikes, terminating at this stage. A very few (1-3 per worm) activate to form normal-looking, motile spermatozoons.
BA962 C. elegans spe-29(it127) IV. Show Description
Hermaphrodites are sterile; Males are fertile. Hermaphrodites lay oocytes (produce a few fertile eggs and many oocytes). Produce viable progeny when mated to males. Hermaphrodites produce 10X more self progeny at 20C (2.5/herm) than at either 16C or 25C.
BA968 C. elegans spe-29(it127) unc-24(e138) IV. Show Description
Unc. Leaky sterile at 20C; tighter at 16C and 25C. Easier to propagate as if male-female strain.
BA975 C. elegans spe-6(hc163) III; spe-29(it127) dpy-20(e1282) IV. Show Description
spe-6(hc163) suppresses the self-sterility of spe-29 in this strain. Self-sterile at 25C.
RV110 C. elegans uba-1(it129) IV. Show Description
Temperature-sensitive. Maintain at 15C. Phenotype dependent upon time of temperature shift: embryonic shift is Let, L3 shift is Spe, adult shift is Emb, additional defects include variations in body size, male tail defects, and paralysis. [NOTE (04/22/13): it appears this strain is carrying an unknown Him mutation.] Reference: Kulkarni M, Smith HE. PLoS Genet. 2008 Jul 18;4(7):e1000131.