Phenotype & Complementation Mapping of the E.4.1 Mutation

There are two different experimental approaches in this report, and sothe methods, results, and discussion sections must describe them both. In the introduction,be sure that you describe the experimental questions, and explain why Drosophila is a good experimentalorganism to study these questions,  anddescribe the use of deficiencies to perform complementation mapping. In theresult and discussion sections, be sure to explain crosses and the relevantcross progeny that allowed to characterize the E.4.1. phenotype and map theE.4.1. mutation to a specific location in the genome, and how you selected acandidate gene for further analysis. Do not address the PCR primer design inthis lab report that is for lab reports 2 and 3. This lab report will describe your findings from:
       Labs 2, and 4, i.e., Phenotype of the E.4.1mutation.
       Labs 3, 5, 6, 8, and 11 (Complementation Mapping IVonly), i.e., Complementation Mapping of the E.4.1 mutation. So, I insist that the writer please use all the lab presentations that  I upload to help better understand the how to write the report. The writer should cite the sources I provide and only online sources that are accessible to any and everyone. These sources must be peer reviewed sources as well. The Hales et al 2015 and Atlas of Drosophilia Morphology, which is otwo of sources I will upload for writer to use include in the report when citing. I ask that the writer include a title page with my name: Abdoul Barry, School: Northern Illinois Univ., Course: Genetics 308, and Date: 11/9/21. The writer should also include a reference page.