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The Interactive Fly
A cyberspace guide to Drosophila development
and metazoan evolution
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Gene Index
Alphabetical:
Genes A - D
    Genes E - K
        Genes L - R
            Genes S - Z

Genes grouped according to biochemical function
(examples: transcription factors, ligands and receptors, etc.)

Biochemical pathways:
Maternal genes
Zygotically transcribed genes
Graphic pathways


Study Aids


Developmental pathways conserved in evolution

How the Snake Lost its Legs, by Lewis Held Jr. Curious Tales from the Frontier of Evo-devo

All I Really Needed to Know I Learned During Gastrulation, by Scott Gilbert. Concepts in developmental biology.

Quirks of Human Anatomy, by Lewis Held Jr. How genetic circuitry has facilitated or frustrated anatomical evolution.

Drosophila Images

Other on-line resources

Databases: Download the Interactive Fly

Tissue and Organ Development
Embryonic
Stages of development

Atlas of Drosophila Development by Volker Hartenstein

Gastrulation and other morphogenetic movements

Histogenesis: germ layers and tissues (including ectoderm, endoderm and mesoderm)

Morphogenesis and organogenesis: index of genes active in the formation and function of various organs (including eyes, gut, heart, nervous system, and wing)

Larval development
Imaginal Discs and Tissues

Imaginal Discs: The Genetic and Cellular Logic of Pattern Formation, by Lewis Held Jr.

Adult
Formation of the adult fly
(morphogenesis and organogenesis)

Oogenesis and Spermatogenesis


Drosophila as a Model for Human Diseases

Behavioral paradigms

What's new this edition
The Interactive Fly
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What's hot today:
Current papers in developmental biology and gene function



Fly Labs & References

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Acknowledgements

Interactive Fly:
Citations and awards


above: images of male and female
Drosophila melanogaster from
THE PHYSICAL BASIS OF HEREDITY
Thomas Hunt Morgan
Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Company
1919

The Interactive Fly © 2016
Thomas B. Brody, Ph.D.

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76th Edition Posted May 8th, 2016

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