oskar

An egg-polarity gene in Drosophila > Drosophila, concentrated at the posterior pole of the egg, and required for subsequent posterior structures. A maternal-effect gene.
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oskar

An egg polarity gene in Drosophila, concentrated at the posterior pole of the egg and required for subsequent posterior structures. A maternal effect gene. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Oskar

Oskar is a Scandinavian boy name. The meaning of the name is `Deer Lover` Where is it used? The name Oskar is mainly used In Scandinavian, German and In Polish.How do they say it elsewhere? Oszkár ( In Hungarian) Oskari ( In Finnish) Oscar ( In English and In Irish) If it`s too long people might use In English: OzSee also In English: Ozzy (M)
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Oskar

oskar is a gene required for the development of the Drosophila embryo. It defines the posterior pole during early embryogenesis. ...
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Oskar

[film] Oskar is a 1962 Danish film directed by Gabriel Axel and starring William Bewer. ...
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