Development and Regeneration of the Nervous System by P. L. Coletta, S. Shimeld, J. P. Clarke (auth.), S. Nona, J.

By P. L. Coletta, S. Shimeld, J. P. Clarke (auth.), S. Nona, J. Cronly-Dillon, C. Stafford, M. Ferguson (eds.)

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Section (a) is the mostdorsal, and shows expression in the hindbrain and the vii/viii ganglion. Section (b) is ventral to (a), and shows expression in the hindbrain andin addition, two isolated patches of expressionlateral of the neural tube. Section (c) is more ventral than (b) , and passes through the branchial arches. The first arch does not express the gene , while the second and more posterior archcs do express the gene . Expression is seen in those parts of the head known tobe colonized by neural crest.

When frontonasal or maxillary crest is grafted into the second arch of the chick (Noden, 1983), it gives rise to a mandibular skeleton, suggesting that all anterior crest has the same positional value. 8 in the fore or midbrain suggests that other patterning systems must be operating in more anterior parts of the head (P. Hunt and M. Cook, unpublished results). If the differences in structures formed by anterior crest are a result of interactions with the anterior cranial environment, then in the different environment of the branchial arches they form a mandible, as this is some kind of 'default state' .

7 in their mesenchyme. 7(c). Hox genes in developing systems are thought to be one component of the process of assigning different states to otherwise equivalent groups of cells. The maintenance of a state may be manifested by the continued expression of these genes. Each branchial arch has a distinct code of Hox 2 expression (with arch one not expressing any Hox gene), and this arch-specific Hox 2 pattern is in the neural crest before it has reached the branchial arches. Given that Antennapedia-class borneobox genes act as positional specifiers (Akam, 1987; Beeman, 1987; Beeman et al.

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