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Suppression of wing fate and specification of haltere fate in Drosophila by the homeotic gene Ultrabithorax is a classical… Expand In Drosophila, wings and halteres are the dorsal appendages of the second and third thoracic segments, respectively. In the third… Expand Positional information provided by Hox homeotic transcription factors is integrated with other transcription factors and cell… Expand In the third thoracic segment of Drosophila, wing development is suppressed by the homeotic selector gene Ultrabithorax (Ubx) in… Expand Homeotic (Hox) genes regulate the identity of structures along the anterior-posterior axis of most animals. The low DNA-binding… Expand Growth and patterning during Drosophila wing development are mediated by signaling from its dorsoventral (D/V) organizer. In the… Expand Genetic variation affecting the expressivity of an amorphic allele of the homeotic gene Ultrabithorax, (Ubx1) was characterized… Expand The apterous (ap) gene is required for the normal development of the wing and haltere imaginal discs in Drosophila melanogaster… Expand The Dipteran flight appendages, the wings and halteres, develop from larval imaginal discs that also produce other sections of… Expand Abstract Genetic and developmental studies of wingless ( wg 1 ), a new second chromosome recessive mutation in Drosophila… Expand