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Saccharomyces cerevisiae
scientific name for budding yeast
Saccharomyces cerevisiae
scientific name for budding yeast
Saccharomyces cerevisiae
scientific name for budding yeast
Saccharomyces cerevisiae
scientific name for budding yeast
Saccharomyces cerevisiae
scientific name for budding yeast
Saccharomyces cerevisiae
scientific name for budding yeast
Saccharomyces cerevisiae
scientific name for budding yeast
Caenorhabditis elegans
scientific name for the soil nematode
Caenorhabditis elegans
scientific name for the soil nematode
Caenorhabditis elegans
scientific name for the soil nematode
Caenorhabditis elegans
scientific name for the soil nematode
Caenorhabditis elegans
scientific name for the soil nematode
Caenorhabditis elegans
scientific name for the soil nematode
Drosophila melanogaster
scientific name for the drosphila fly
Caenorhabditis elegans
scientific name for the soil nematode
Drosophila melanogaster
scientific name for the drosphila fly
Arabadopsis thaliana
a plant that is a member of the mustard family
Drosophila melanogaster
scientific name for the drosphila fly
Arabadopsis thaliana
a plant that is a member of the mustard family
Drosophila melanogaster
scientific name for the drosphila fly
Drosophila melanogaster
scientific name for the drosphila fly
Lineage diagram
a diagram of cell lineages and their developmental fates
Lineage diagram
a diagram of cell lineages and their developmental fates
Cell fate
the pathway of differentiation that a cell normally undergoes
Cell fate
the pathway of differentiation that a cell normally undergoes
Autonomous cell fate
celleular differentiation determined intrinsically and not dependant on external signals or interaction of other cells.
Arabadopsis thaliana
a plant that is a member of the mustard family
Positional information
developmental signals transmitted to a cell by virtue of its position in the embryo
Lineage diagram
a diagram of cell lineages and their developmental fates
Cell fate
the pathway of differentiation that a cell normally undergoes
Loss of function
a mutation that eliminates gene function; also called null mutation
Autonomous cell fate
celleular differentiation determined intrinsically and not dependant on external signals or interaction of other cells.
Gain of function
mutation in which a gene is overexpressed or inappropriately expressed
Autonomous cell fate
celleular differentiation determined intrinsically and not dependant on external signals or interaction of other cells.
Drosophila melanogaster
scientific name for the drosphila fly
Arabadopsis thaliana
a plant that is a member of the mustard family
Arabadopsis thaliana
a plant that is a member of the mustard family
Lineage diagram
a diagram of cell lineages and their developmental fates
Arabadopsis thaliana
a plant that is a member of the mustard family
Positional information
developmental signals transmitted to a cell by virtue of its position in the embryo
Positional information
developmental signals transmitted to a cell by virtue of its position in the embryo
Loss of function
a mutation that eliminates gene function; also called null mutation
Lineage diagram
a diagram of cell lineages and their developmental fates
Gain of function
mutation in which a gene is overexpressed or inappropriately expressed
Maternal effect genes
gene that influences early development through its expression in the mother and the presence of the gene product in the oocyte
Maternal effect genes
gene that influences early development through its expression in the mother and the presence of the gene product in the oocyte
Loss of function
a mutation that eliminates gene function; also called null mutation
Zygotic genes
any of a group of genes that control early development through their expression in the zygote.
Gain of function
mutation in which a gene is overexpressed or inappropriately expressed
Cell fate
the pathway of differentiation that a cell normally undergoes
segmentation genes
any group of genes that determines the spatial pattern of segments and parasegments in drosophila development.
Zygotic genes
any of a group of genes that control early development through their expression in the zygote.
coordinate genes
control of synthesis of several proteins by a single regulatory element; in prokaryotes, the proteins are usually translated from a single mRNA molecule.
Cell fate
the pathway of differentiation that a cell normally undergoes
segmentation genes
any group of genes that determines the spatial pattern of segments and parasegments in drosophila development.
Autonomous cell fate
celleular differentiation determined intrinsically and not dependant on external signals or interaction of other cells.
Drosophila melanogaster
scientific name for the drosphila fly
Lineage diagram
a diagram of cell lineages and their developmental fates
Positional information
developmental signals transmitted to a cell by virtue of its position in the embryo
Maternal effect genes
gene that influences early development through its expression in the mother and the presence of the gene product in the oocyte
Autonomous cell fate
celleular differentiation determined intrinsically and not dependant on external signals or interaction of other cells.
Zygotic genes
any of a group of genes that control early development through their expression in the zygote.
Positional information
developmental signals transmitted to a cell by virtue of its position in the embryo
Cell fate
the pathway of differentiation that a cell normally undergoes
Loss of function
a mutation that eliminates gene function; also called null mutation
segmentation genes
any group of genes that determines the spatial pattern of segments and parasegments in drosophila development.
Gain of function
mutation in which a gene is overexpressed or inappropriately expressed
coordinate genes
control of synthesis of several proteins by a single regulatory element; in prokaryotes, the proteins are usually translated from a single mRNA molecule.
Maternal effect genes
gene that influences early development through its expression in the mother and the presence of the gene product in the oocyte
gap genes
any of a group of genes that control the development of contiguous segments or parasegments in drosophila such that mutations result in gaps in the pattern of segmentation.
Autonomous cell fate
celleular differentiation determined intrinsically and not dependant on external signals or interaction of other cells.
coordinate genes
control of synthesis of several proteins by a single regulatory element; in prokaryotes, the proteins are usually translated from a single mRNA molecule.
gap genes
any of a group of genes that control the development of contiguous segments or parasegments in drosophila such that mutations result in gaps in the pattern of segmentation.
Positional information
developmental signals transmitted to a cell by virtue of its position in the embryo
Arabadopsis thaliana
a plant that is a member of the mustard family
gap genes
any of a group of genes that control the development of contiguous segments or parasegments in drosophila such that mutations result in gaps in the pattern of segmentation.
Loss of function
a mutation that eliminates gene function; also called null mutation
Loss of function
a mutation that eliminates gene function; also called null mutation
Gain of function
mutation in which a gene is overexpressed or inappropriately expressed
Zygotic genes
any of a group of genes that control early development through their expression in the zygote.
Gain of function
mutation in which a gene is overexpressed or inappropriately expressed
Maternal effect genes
gene that influences early development through its expression in the mother and the presence of the gene product in the oocyte
segmentation genes
any group of genes that determines the spatial pattern of segments and parasegments in drosophila development.
Maternal effect genes
gene that influences early development through its expression in the mother and the presence of the gene product in the oocyte
Lineage diagram
a diagram of cell lineages and their developmental fates
coordinate genes
control of synthesis of several proteins by a single regulatory element; in prokaryotes, the proteins are usually translated from a single mRNA molecule.
Zygotic genes
any of a group of genes that control early development through their expression in the zygote.
segmentation genes
any group of genes that determines the spatial pattern of segments and parasegments in drosophila development.
Cell fate
the pathway of differentiation that a cell normally undergoes
coordinate genes
control of synthesis of several proteins by a single regulatory element; in prokaryotes, the proteins are usually translated from a single mRNA molecule.
Autonomous cell fate
celleular differentiation determined intrinsically and not dependant on external signals or interaction of other cells.
gap genes
any of a group of genes that control the development of contiguous segments or parasegments in drosophila such that mutations result in gaps in the pattern of segmentation.
Positional information
developmental signals transmitted to a cell by virtue of its position in the embryo
Loss of function
a mutation that eliminates gene function; also called null mutation
gap genes
any of a group of genes that control the development of contiguous segments or parasegments in drosophila such that mutations result in gaps in the pattern of segmentation.
Zygotic genes
any of a group of genes that control early development through their expression in the zygote.
segmentation genes
any group of genes that determines the spatial pattern of segments and parasegments in drosophila development.
Gain of function
mutation in which a gene is overexpressed or inappropriately expressed
Maternal effect genes
gene that influences early development through its expression in the mother and the presence of the gene product in the oocyte
Zygotic genes
any of a group of genes that control early development through their expression in the zygote.
coordinate genes
control of synthesis of several proteins by a single regulatory element; in prokaryotes, the proteins are usually translated from a single mRNA molecule.
gap genes
any of a group of genes that control the development of contiguous segments or parasegments in drosophila such that mutations result in gaps in the pattern of segmentation.
segmentation genes
any group of genes that determines the spatial pattern of segments and parasegments in drosophila development.
coordinate genes
control of synthesis of several proteins by a single regulatory element; in prokaryotes, the proteins are usually translated from a single mRNA molecule.
gap genes
any of a group of genes that control the development of contiguous segments or parasegments in drosophila such that mutations result in gaps in the pattern of segmentation.