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Dev Biol 306(2):685–702. 006 Curtiss J, Mlodzik M (2000) Morphogenetic furrow initiation and progression during eye development in Drosophila: the roles of decapentaplegic, hedgehog and eyes absent. Development 127(6):1325–1336 Czerny T, Halder G, Kloter U, Souabni A, Gehring WJ, Busslinger M (1999) twin of eyeless, a second Pax-6 gene of Drosophila, acts upstream of eyeless in the control of eye development. Mol Cell 3(3):297–307 de Zulueta P, Alexandre E, Jacq B, Kerridge S (1994) Homeotic complex and teashirt genes cooperate to establish trunk segmental identities in Drosophila.

2004). How do Notch, dpp, and wg signaling contribute to the late onset of early retinal genes and thus the final segregation of eye and antenna fates? It has been suggested that Notch signaling, contrary to previous findings, is not involved in directing the formation of eye and antenna fields by acting genetically upstream of ey (Kumar and Moses 2001). Notch signaling rather indirectly contributes to the regional specification of eye and antenna through its control of cell proliferation and disc size (Kenyon et al.

2012). Thus, compartments are unique territories within a bigger developing field (Blair 2001; Curtiss et al. 2002). The cells within a compartment commonly follow looser edicts such as “You may make any portion of region ‘R’ but nothing outside it” (Held 2002a; Wilkins 1993). The compartment boundaries are defined by the spatiotemporal expression or function of cell fate selector genes (Blair 2001; Curtiss et al. 2002; Dahmann et al. 2011). Therefore, “Selector” genes are responsible for attributing a unique property to the cells within their expression/functional domains.

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