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Wild type (left), Antennapedia mutant (right)
Wild type (left), Antennapedia mutant (right)
Hox genes in various species
Hox genes in various species
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Homologous hox genes in such different animals as insects and vertebrates control embryonic development and hence the form of adult bodies. These gene
Homologous hox genes in such different animals as insects and vertebrates control embryonic development and hence the form of adult bodies. These genes have been highly conserved through hundreds of millions of years of evolution.
Turing's 1952 paper explained mathematically how patterns such as stripes and spots, as in the giant pufferfish, may arise, without molecular evidence
Turing's 1952 paper explained mathematically how patterns such as stripes and spots, as in the giant pufferfish, may arise, without molecular evidence.
A gene regulatory network
A gene regulatory network
Heliconius erato
Heliconius erato