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Figure 2: Hippo pathway is not implicated in E protein-mediated endoreplication defects. (a-c) Salivary glands of ptc-Gal4 (a), E protein homodimer under the control of ptc-Gal4 (b), and E protein homodimer under the control of ptc-Gal4 in heterozygous wts mutant background (c). (d) The quantification of nuclear size for (a-c). Fifteen nuclei from (a-c) are analyzed. (e-h) Salivary glands of Gal4 only and the indicated transgenic lines under the control of ptc-Gal4. (i) The quantification of nuclear size for genotypes of (e-h). For each genotype, three nuclei are selected from five salivary glands. Fifteen nuclei of each genotype are analyzed. Mean ± standard error of the mean is shown. The scale bar is 50 μm

Figure 2: Hippo pathway is not implicated in E protein-mediated endoreplication defects. (a-c) Salivary glands of <i>ptc-Gal4</i> (a), E protein homodimer under the control of <i>ptc-Gal4</i> (b), and E protein homodimer under the control of <i>ptc-Gal4</i> in heterozygous <i>wts</i> mutant background (c). (d) The quantification of nuclear size for (a-c). Fifteen nuclei from (a-c) are analyzed. (e-h) Salivary glands of Gal4 only and the indicated transgenic lines under the control of <i>ptc-Gal4</i>. (i) The quantification of nuclear size for genotypes of (e-h). For each genotype, three nuclei are selected from five salivary glands. Fifteen nuclei of each genotype are analyzed. Mean ± standard error of the mean is shown. The scale bar is 50 μm