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Positional information

positional information

The instructions that are interpreted by cells to determine their differentiation in respect of their position relative to other parts of the organism, for example digit formation in the limb bud of vertebrates.


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Are my answers right?

... particular codons are used. - The periodicity of repeats. - The compositional complexity of the sequence. 2. In site based methods (Extrensic): ... controlled by submitter • A secondary database contains derived information from the primary database. It contains information like the conserved ...

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Mon May 21, 2007 2:07 am
 
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Are my answers rights?

... particular codons are used. - The periodicity of repeats. - The compositional complexity of the sequence. 2. In site based methods (Extrensic): ... controlled by submitter • A secondary database contains derived information from the primary database. It contains information like the conserved ...

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Mon May 21, 2007 1:54 am
 
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The Fiber Disease

Developmental Biology Online: Gradient Models of Positional ... (A) Photograph of an eyespot on the wing of Morpho peleides. (B) ... may explain the way the spot was generated. ... Gradient Models of Positional Information How can cells be informed of their position in the embryo and then ...

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Wed Oct 25, 2006 5:49 pm
 
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