Phenotypically distinct female castes in honey bees are defined by alternative chromatin states during larval development

Citation

Wojciechowski, M, Lowe, R, Maleszka, J et al 2018, 'Phenotypically distinct female castes in honey bees are defined by alternative chromatin states during larval development', Genome Research, vol. 28, no. 10, pp. 1532-1542.

Year

2018

ANU Authors

Fields of Research

  • Epigenetics (Incl. Genome Methylation And Epigenomics)
  • Gene Expression (Incl. Microarray And Other Genome Wide Approaches)

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