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ZFIN ID: ZDB-FIG-091118-14
Schilling et al., 1996 - Jaw and branchial arch mutants in zebrafish. I. Branchial arches. Development (Cambridge, England)   123:329-344
ADDITIONAL FIGURES
PHENOTYPE:
Fish:
Observed In:
Stage: Day 6

Fig. 4 Skeletal defects in mutants (ventral view; pharyngeal arches). (A) Wild type, wt. The seven arch segments contain 13 bilateral and 6 midline cartilages. (B) low. The ceratohyal and ceratobranchials are reduced, P5 is absent. P7, including teeth, is well developed. Meckel’s cartilages fuse in the midline (arrow). (C) fla. All arches are reduced. Meckel’s cartilages are narrow and pointed. Ceratohyals point posteriorly and contact ceratobranchials of P3. There are single teeth on P7. (D) bab. Branchial arches are absent except the basibranchial of P3. Anterior arches are reduced, ceratohyals kinked and posteriorly displaced. (E) ser. Ceratobranchials of P4-P7 are absent; basibranchials are present. Anterior arches are reduced, ceratohyals kinked and posteriorly displaced. (F) fac. Branchial arches, P4-6, are reduced. (G) tq235. Branchial arches are absent. Anterior arches are severely reduced. (H) dak. All arches are abnormally short and wide, narrowing medially. (I) box. All arches are shorter and wider than wt.

Gene Expression Details No data available
Antibody Labeling Details No data available
Phenotype Details
Fish Conditions Stage Phenotype
dultu45/tu45 standard conditions Day 6 pharyngeal arch 4 skeleton decreased size, abnormal
Day 6 pharyngeal arch 5 skeleton decreased size, abnormal
Day 6 pharyngeal arch 6 skeleton decreased size, abnormal
ext2tw25e/tw25e standard conditions Day 6 mandibular arch skeleton decreased length, abnormal
Day 6 mandibular arch skeleton increased width, abnormal
Day 6 pharyngeal arch 2 skeleton decreased length, abnormal
Day 6 pharyngeal arch 2 skeleton increased width, abnormal
Day 6 pharyngeal arch 3-7 skeleton decreased length, abnormal
Day 6 pharyngeal arch 3-7 skeleton increased width, abnormal
extl3tm70g/tm70g standard conditions Day 6 mandibular arch skeleton decreased length, abnormal
Day 6 mandibular arch skeleton increased width, abnormal
Day 6 pharyngeal arch 2 skeleton decreased length, abnormal
Day 6 pharyngeal arch 2 skeleton increased width, abnormal
Day 6 pharyngeal arch 3-7 skeleton decreased length, abnormal
Day 6 pharyngeal arch 3-7 skeleton increased width, abnormal
pold1tf21c/tf21c standard conditions Day 6 ceratobranchial 5 bone has fewer parts of type ceratobranchial 5 tooth, abnormal
Day 6 ceratohyal cartilage mislocalised posteriorly, abnormal
Day 6 mandibular arch skeleton decreased size, abnormal
Day 6 Meckel's cartilage decreased width, abnormal
Day 6 Meckel's cartilage sharp, abnormal
Day 6 pharyngeal arch 2 skeleton decreased size, abnormal
Day 6 pharyngeal arch 3-7 skeleton decreased size, abnormal
rereatb210/tb210 standard conditions Day 6 ceratohyal cartilage kinked, abnormal
Day 6 ceratohyal cartilage mislocalised posteriorly, abnormal
Day 6 mandibular arch skeleton decreased size, abnormal
Day 6 pharyngeal arch 2 skeleton decreased size, abnormal
Day 6 pharyngeal arch 3-7 skeleton absent, abnormal
sertk18/tk18 standard conditions Day 6 ceratobranchial 2 cartilage absent, abnormal
Day 6 ceratobranchial 3 cartilage absent, abnormal
Day 6 ceratobranchial 4 cartilage absent, abnormal
Day 6 ceratobranchial 5 cartilage absent, abnormal
Day 6 ceratohyal cartilage kinked, abnormal
Day 6 ceratohyal cartilage mislocalised posteriorly, abnormal
Day 6 mandibular arch skeleton decreased size, abnormal
Day 6 pharyngeal arch 2 skeleton decreased size, abnormal
tfap2ats213/ts213 standard conditions Day 6 ceratobranchial cartilage decreased size, abnormal
Day 6 ceratohyal cartilage decreased size, abnormal
Day 6 Meckel's cartilage fused with Meckel's cartilage, abnormal
Day 6 pharyngeal arch 5 skeleton absent, abnormal
unm_tq235btq235b/tq235b standard conditions Day 6 pharyngeal arch 3-7 skeleton absent, abnormal
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