The wild-type mice were given random compounds, along with half of the mutants.
When a dot male with vermilion eyes was bred to a wild female the offspring were wild-type males and females.
Yellow sable males were bred to wild females and F1 consisted of wild-type males and females.
In addition to these expected F1 wild-type females there occurred 13 females of an eye-color like that of the mutant pink.
The wild-type daughters were back-crossed to double recessive males and gave the results (mass cultures) shown in table 13.
The F1 (wild-type) flies from bow male by arc female were inbred.
The wild-type males include, of course, those club males that have expanded wings (potential clubs).
Three of the wild-type daughters were back-crossed to vermilion sable males.
A green female by wild male gave 138 wild-type females and 127 males which were greenish.
But that they are genetically different mutations is at once shown on crossing any two, when wild-type offspring are produced.
wild type n.
The typical form of an organism, strain, gene, or characteristic as it occurs in nature, as distinguished from mutant forms that may result from selective breeding.