homeotic gene

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homeotic genes

homeotic gene

homeotic gene

homeotic gene

homeotic genes

homeotic genes

Patterns of molecular evolution among paralogous floral homeotic genes.

A Linkage Map for CRINKLED PETAL: A Homeotic Gene of Clarkia tembloriensis (Onagraceae)

Duplication of the Brassica oleracea APETALA1floral homeotic gene and the evolution of domesticated cauliflower

Tracing the Evolution of the Floral Homeotic B- and C-Function Genes through Genome Synteny

A Serine/Threonine Protein Kinase Gene Isolated by an in vivo Binding Procedure Using the Arabidopsis Floral Homeotic Gene Product, AGAMOUS

Why are orchid flowers so diverse? Reduction of evolutionary constraints by paralogues of class B floral homeotic genes

Isolation and Phylogenetic Footprinting Analysis of the 5′-Regulatory Region of the Floral Homeotic Gene OrcPI from Orchis italica (Orchidaceae)

Detection of a True Breeding Homeotic Gene Mutant Pps-1 with Partially Petaloid Sepals in Opium Poppy (Papaver somniferum L.) and Its Genetic Behavior

orf260cra , a Novel Mitochondrial Gene, is Associated with the Homeotic Transformation of Stamens into Pistil-Like Structures (Pistillody) in Alloplasmic Wheat

Interspecific hybrid ancestry of a plant adaptive radiation: allopolyploidy of the Hawaiian silversword alliance (Asteraceae) inferred from floral homeotic gene duplications.

Determination of Flower Structure in Elaeis guineensis: Do Palms use the Same Homeotic Genes as Other Species?

Mutual Regulation of Arabidopsis thaliana Ethylene-responsive Element Binding Protein and a Plant Floral Homeotic Gene, APETALA2

Functional Diversification of B MADS-Box Homeotic Regulators of Flower Development: Adaptive Evolution in Protein–Protein Interaction Domains after Major Gene Duplication Events


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A homeobox gene in which mutations can transform part or whole of a body segment into the corresponding part of another segment. Homeotic genes are involved in the development of the basic body plan of metamerically segmented animals.

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