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The prime focus of this sqadia.com medical V learning lecture is on the pattern formation. At the onset of this lecture, our educator has shed light on the primary axes of polarization and the genetic control mechanisms. Additionally, egg polarity genes, bicoid protein along with the segmentation gene have been thoroughly explicated. Furthermore, pair rule genes and segment polarity genes have been brought under discussion.
Primary Axes of Polarization
Our educator started off by talking about the multicellular development and the development of primary axes of polarization. Following this, axes appearing during embryogenesis along with the egg defining future axes has been expounded. Moreover, role of mRNA molecules and the axis of xenopus embryo has been explained.
Genetic Control Mechanisms
Section two talks about the genetic control mechanisms. Initially, drosophila genetic control mechanisms along with the development of drosophila egg has been conversed about. Then this section has been summed up by delineating about the patterning of the Drosophila embryo.
Egg Polarity Genes
In the beginning of this section, egg polarity genes have been highlighted. Subsequently, bicoid mutant studies together with the bicoid mRNA has been deliberated. In addition to this, bicoid proteins along with the egg polarity gradient systems have been elaborated in-detail.
Section four of this lecture emphasizes on the segmentation genes. At the onset of this section, genes that control segmentation has been shed light on. Furthermore, regulators alongside the gap genes have been comprehensively presented. In the end, pair rule genes and segment polarity genes have been interpreted.