Which of the following is NOT true of the Drosophila bicoid gene?
The bicoid gene encodes an mRNA that is deposited into the egg by the mother and is localized in one end of the egg.
The bicoid mRNA is translated to Bicoid protein after the egg is fertilized.
The bicoid gene encodes a protein that specifies the anterior end of the embryo.
The bicoid gene is considered to be a cytoplasmic polarity gene.
none of the above (i.e. all the above are true of the Drosophila bicoid gene.
None of the above
The bicoid (bcd) gene is a well-known maternal patterning gene/maternal effect gene.
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