[ James A. Shapiro ] James A. Shapiro

Hox, butterfly wing pattern, and other higher-level genome complexes

(Keys, Lewis et al. 1999; Papa, Martin et al. 2008; Papa, Morrison et al. 2008; Monteiro and Podlaha 2009; Counterman, Araujo-Perez et al. 2010; d'Alencon, Sezutsu et al. 2010; Matsunami, Sumiyama et al. 2010; Punnamoottil, Herrmann et al. 2010; Conceicao, Long et al. 2011; Jones, Salazar et al. 2011; Joron, Frezal et al. 2011; Merrill, Van Schooten et al. 2011; Reed, Papa et al. 2011; Saenko, Marialva et al. 2011)




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