The subdivision of insect embryos into segmental entities is a key process
that takes place in early developmental stages of the embryos.
Interactions between segmentation genes lead this process that result in
forming stripes of genes along the anterior-posterior axis of embryos.
Drosophila and Honeybee embryo are examples that show this kind of
subdivision during their early developmental stages.
In this presentation, I will speak about computational techniques that we use to model segmentation genes in Honeybee embryos; and also I present the simulation results that show how likely one particular gene is regulated by other genes during the segmentation stages of Honeybee embryo development.
This talk provides a summary of my phd thesis.
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