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hi this is a question from my lab session for a general biology module. Of the many mutations we observed in fruit flies, one was a multiple mutant with white eyes, miniature wings and forked bristles. Apparently one of the characteristics of the multiple mutant is that the surfaces of the wings appear to be darker than those of the wild type. So, what is the reason for the darkened appearance of the wings? Thanx!
Re: Why do multiple mutational fruit flies appear to have darkened wings?
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