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Steroid Hormones in Drosophila: How Ecdysone Coordinates Developmental Signalling with Cell Growth and Division

By Leonie Quinn, Jane Lin, Nicola Cranna, Jue Er Amanda Lee, Naomi Mitchell and Ross Hannan

Submitted: February 23rd 2011Reviewed: July 7th 2011Published: January 11th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/27927

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Leonie Quinn, Jane Lin, Nicola Cranna, Jue Er Amanda Lee, Naomi Mitchell and Ross Hannan (January 11th 2012). Steroid Hormones in Drosophila: How Ecdysone Coordinates Developmental Signalling with Cell Growth and Division, Steroids Hassan Abduljabbar, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/27927. Available from:

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