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Posted by Paul Hollander on April 28, 2003 at 13:18:45:
In Reply to: Genetics 'n all posted by sasheena on April 27, 2003 at 22:34:20:
:Thanks your message helps a lot... in other words if I make it all up, I won't discover that I've scrunched someone else's toes.
Sorry, it's not wide open. Bern Bechtel used a for amelanistic and ax for anerythristic (axanthic) in one of the 1989 issues of the Journal of Heredity. Those are the only symbols I'm sure of. Shawn Lockhart has a list of mutants (with symbols, I think) which will eventually come out in The Biology of the Corn Snake. But I don't know when that will be published. And I made up a list of mutants with symbols a couple of years ago which I posted on this forum. I'll send you a copy if you can't locate it in the archives. Basically, I made up the symbols, following the guidelines for mouse genetics in the Jackson Labs web site. However, mine will be obsolete when Shawn has his published.