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.

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 gene required for the development of the Drosophila embryo. It defines the posterior pole during early embryogenesis. == Translational-level regulation == oskar is translationally repressed prior to reaching the posterior pole of the oocyte by Bruno, which binds to three bruno response elements (BREs) on the 3` end of the transcribed o....
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Oskar

Oskar is a Scandinavian name for boys. The meaning is `spear of the gods` The name Oskar is most commonly given to Norwegian boys. Oskar is at number 32 in the top 50 of Norwegian boys (average of 10 years data) If it's too long you might use: Oz What do they use in other countries? Oscar (English, Irish) The name sounds like: Osker, Asgard Similar...
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