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10.1002/dvg.1020150505.abs There are 11 Polycomb group genes known in Drosophila. These genes are negative regulators of homeotic gene expression, and may act by modifying chromatin structure. It is not clear how many members of the Polycomb group of genes exist. Many were discovered because of...
10.1002/dvg.1020150502.abs Juvenile hormone (JH) is a major hormone regulating insect development. We have obtained a cDNA and a genomic clone for juvenile hormone esterase (JHE), the enzyme that is involved in the degradation of juvenile hormone and which is critical for insect development....
10.1002/dvg.1020150506.abs When the Y chromosome of a Mus musculus domesticus mouse strain is placed onto the C57BL/6J (B6) inbred background, the XY progeny develop ovaries or ovotestes but never normal testes during fetal life. While some of the hermaphroditic males become fertile, none of the...
10.1002/dvg.1020150507.abs The Paramecium surface proteins (immobilization antigens) are expressed in a mutually exclusive manner; only one antigen is found on the cell surface at a time. Expression of these proteins is regulated in response to environmental cues such as temperature and pH. This...
10.1002/dvg.1020150503.abs The dominant Knotted‐1 mutations in maize alter development of the leaf blade. Sporadic patches of localized growth, or knots, and fringes of ectopic ligule occur along lateral veins of mutant leaf blades. In addition, bundle sheaths do not completely encircle lateral...
10.1002/dvg.1020150504.abs We have examined the effects of the plant growth regulator abscisic acid (ABA), on the accumulation of three transcripts during maize embryogenesis. The Emb5 and Rab ‐17 transcripts were first detected during mid embryogenesis and accumulated to high levels during...
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