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25)DevelopmentHOXSpr11POSTred - Specify segment identity...

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1 Development - Pattern Formation Pattern formation Segment Identity We’ve established segments. How are they distinguished? What determines the identity of individual ______________? ht p:/ www.vetanatomy.com/skeletal/2015.html Fig. 21.21 HOX Genes Homeotic (HOX) genes - specify segment identity What are HOX genes? How are they expressed? In overlapping series along the body Typically in the same order as found on chromosomes What do they do?
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Unformatted text preview: Specify segment identity C&R 21.15, See also F. Fig. 22.8 2 HOX Genes Homeotic (HOX) genes -specify segment identity What are HOX genes? How are they expressed? What do they do? Specify segment identity E.g. Vertebral regions Carroll et al. 2005. DNA to Diversity. p. 141 ht p:/ www.vetanatomy.com/skeletal/2015.html ht p:/ www.punchstock.com/image/ itf040007.jpg 3 4 5...
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