The embryos of two mutant stocks of mice, "Dysoptic" and "Blind", were studied. Both mutations are dominant, and lethal when homozygous. The homozygous embryos of each individual stock as well as those of “Dysoptic" by "Blind" matings die at the same stage of development and show a similar pattern of retarded growth. It appears that the mutations are identical.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Watson, Margaret L.
"Further Test for the Identity of "Dysoptic" with "Blind" in Mice,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science: Vol. 73:
, Article 56.
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