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Coordinate gene

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noun, plural: coordinate genes

A gene that establishes the major coordinate axes of the embryo, especially the anterior-posterior axis and the dorsal-ventral axis.


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This gene functions in establishing the front and rear, as well as the top and bottom of the embryo. In fruitfly embryogenesis, examples of these genes are bicoid, nanos and caudal.


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