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ZFIN ID: ZDB-FIG-100202-4
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. 5 Skeletal defects in mutants (ventral view; neurocranium). A more dorsal focus of the animals shown in Fig. 4. (A) Wild type, wt. (B) low. The ethmoid plate is split in the midline (arrow). (C) fla. The ethmoid plate is narrow. (D) bab. All cartilages are severely reduced, including parachordal cartilages (arrow). (E) ser. (F) fac. (G) tq235. All cartilages are severely reduced, particularly the ethmoid plate. (H) dak. All cartilages short and thick. (I) box.

Gene Expression Details No data available
Antibody Labeling Details No data available
Phenotype Details
Fish Conditions Stage Phenotype
dultu45/tu45 standard conditions Day 6 ethmoid cartilage decreased size, abnormal
Day 6 neurocranium decreased size, abnormal
ext2tw25e/tw25e standard conditions Day 6 neurocranium decreased length, abnormal
Day 6 neurocranium increased thickness, abnormal
extl3tm70g/tm70g standard conditions Day 6 neurocranium morphology, abnormal
Day 6 pharyngeal arch cartilage decreased size, abnormal
Day 6 pharyngeal arch cartilage increased thickness, abnormal
pold1tf21c/tf21c standard conditions Day 6 ethmoid cartilage decreased width, abnormal
Day 6 neurocranium decreased size, abnormal
rereatb210/tb210 standard conditions Day 6 neurocranium decreased size, abnormal
Day 6 parachordal cartilage decreased size, abnormal
sertk18/tk18 standard conditions Day 6 ethmoid cartilage decreased size, abnormal
Day 6 neurocranium decreased size, abnormal
tfap2ats213/ts213 standard conditions Day 6 ethmoid cartilage split, abnormal
Day 6 neurocranium decreased size, abnormal
unm_tq235btq235b/tq235b standard conditions Day 6 ethmoid cartilage decreased size, abnormal
Day 6 neurocranium decreased size, abnormal
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