I attended the 1994 Drosophila annual mtg in Chicago, and saw a
poster that had a graph illustrating numerous gradients in
relationship to the morphogenetic furrow in the eye imaginal disk.
I'm guessing it could have been with any of the presentations listed
If you have or know a source for such a figure, please let me know.
I'd like to include it in an article I'm writing for Science Spectra.
Best regards, -Dick Gordon
Baker, N. (1994). Patterning of the morphogenetic furrow by secreted
and transmembrane proteins. A. Dros. Res. Conf. 35 , 10.
Moses, K., Y. Zhou & C. Ma (1994). How do embryonic segmentation
genes act to regulate the morphogenetic furrow in the developing eye?
A. Dros. Res. Conf. 35 , 9.
Brown, N.L., J. Seleque, B. Rollmann, S.W. Paddock, C.A. Sattler & S.
Carroll (1994). Genes expressed anterior to the morphogenetic furrow
have a functional role in Drosophila eye disc development. A. Dros.
Res. Conf. 35 , 9.
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