homeotic gene

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homeotic genes

homeotic gene

homeotic gene

homeotic genes

homeotic genes

homeotic gene

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

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.

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

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

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


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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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