IMG_0003_NEW_0005 - (Wg, Delta/Notch) are used in C....

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Unformatted text preview: (Wg, Delta/Notch) are used in C. e/egans as well ' genes required for asymmetric cell division in C. elegans are found in Drosophila as well t hro.r , ' we don't find the set of morphogens and regulatory genes involved in a_p patterning (Bicoid, gap genes, pair-rule genes) in C. elegans t with the exception of the Hox genes. .. Appendix: Hox genes in C. elegans C. elegans has a Hox cluster with only 4 Hox genes Only one them is required for embryogenesis (ceh-13), the others specify certain (but not all) postembryonic cells in a particular body region. lHe...
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This note was uploaded on 12/27/2011 for the course BISC 333 taught by Professor Mattsson during the Fall '09 term at Simon Fraser.

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