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Concept Drosophila Proteins
Academic Article RNA binding and translational suppression by bicoid.
Academic Article The amnioserosa is an apomorphic character of cyclorrhaphan flies.
Academic Article Function of bicoid and hunchback homologs in the basal cyclorrhaphan fly Megaselia (Phoridae).
Academic Article Different ways to make a head.
Academic Article The anterior determinant bicoid of Drosophila is a derived Hox class 3 gene.
Academic Article A strategy for mapping bicoid on the phylogenetic tree.
Academic Article A single Hox3 gene with composite bicoid and zerknullt expression characteristics in non-Cyclorrhaphan flies.
Academic Article Evo-devo aspects of classical and molecular data in a historical perspective.
Academic Article Bicoid occurrence and Bicoid-dependent hunchback regulation in lower cyclorrhaphan flies.
Academic Article Postgastrular zen expression is required to develop distinct amniotic and serosal epithelia in the scuttle fly Megaselia.
Academic Article Insect serosa: a head line in comparative developmental genetics.
Academic Article Number, identity, and sequence of the Drosophila head segments as revealed by neural elements and their deletion patterns in mutants.
Academic Article Expression and regulation of caudal in the lower cyclorrhaphan fly Megaselia.
Academic Article Quantitative system drift compensates for altered maternal inputs to the gap gene network of the scuttle fly Megaselia abdita.
Academic Article Embryo development. A cysteine-clamp gene drives embryo polarity in the midge Chironomus.
Academic Article Ancient mechanisms for the evolution of the bicoid homeodomain's function in fly development.

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