Broad-Complex acts downstream of Met in juvenile hormone signaling to coordinate primitive holometabolan metamorphosis

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  • 28 GAAGCTTCAAGAGAGGAATATGTTTCAACAGTTCCCTGGTCG, 24 TTATGGCAAACTCAAACGCAACGGTAGATGTGCTTCGTTTTG, AACGTGGCGATATTGCAGCAC CTTGACGTGGTCGCTTTTGTTC
INTRODUCTION The majority of animal species on the Earth are holometabolous insects, such as beetles (Coleoptera), flies (Diptera) or moths (Lepidoptera), whose transformation from wingless larvae to flying adults occurs by a transitory stage known as the pupa. This type of metamorphosis enabled higher specialization of the feeding larval stage and the exploitation of new niches, and, consequently, contributed to the Holometabola lineage success. How exactly is the switch from larval to pupal… CONTINUE READING

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