In eosin the white also lowers the eye-color of the compound female about in the same proportion as in the case of cherry.
eosin may be said to be a modifier of vermilion or vermilion of eosin.
Safir has described crosses between this eye-color and red, white, eosin, and vermilion.
Since eosin is allelomorphic to white, its locus is also at 1.1.
If we consider the female classes of table 11, we get information as to the cross-over value of eosin and sable, namely, 42 units.
This difference recalls the sexual dimorphism of the eosin eye.
The eosin and the selenium were then combined by a method and in a form the details of which have never been published.
The eosin-cherry daughters were darker than their eosin brothers.
eosin is the most useful character among all those in the left end of the chromosome.
Breeding experiments show that eosin eye color differs from the red color of the eye of the wild fly by a single mutant factor.
eosin e·o·sin (ē'ə-sən)
Any of a class of red acid dyes of the xanthene group used as cytoplasmic stains and as counterstains, especially the sodium and potassium salts of certain of these dyes.