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Antennapedia

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Definition

noun

A hox gene first described in Drosophila, which is responsible for the formation and differentiation of the first two thoracic segments and cephalic segments of the fly.


Supplement

A homeotic mutation involving antennapedia causes a fly to develop a pair of legs from its head in place of antennae.


See also: homeosis.