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  1. Antonia Monteiro (unknown). Prospects & Overviews. Bioessays 34:181 - 186.
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  2. Ashley Bear & Antonia Monteiro (2013). Both Cell‐Autonomous Mechanisms and Hormones Contribute to Sexual Development in Vertebrates and Insects. Bioessays 35 (8):725-732.
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  3. Antónia Monteiro (2012). Gene Regulatory Networks Reused to Build Novel Traits. Bioessays 34 (3):181-186.
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  4. Antónia Monteiro (2008). Alternative Models for the Evolution of Eyespots and of Serial Homology on Lepidopteran Wings. Bioessays 30 (4):358-366.
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  5. Antónia Monteiro, Vernon French, Gijs Smit, Paul M. Brakefield & Johan A. J. Metz (2001). Butterfly Eyespot Patterns: Evidence for Specification by a Morphogen Diffusion Gradient. Acta Biotheoretica 49 (2).
    In this paper we describe a test for Nijhout's (1978, 1980a) hypothesis that the eyespot patterns on butterfly wings are the result of a threshold reaction of the epidermal cells to a concentration gradient of a diffusing degradable morphogen produced by focal cells at the centre of the future eyespot. The wings of the nymphalid butterfly, Bicyclus anynana, have a series of eyespots, each composed of a white pupil, a black disc and a gold outer ring. In earlier extirpation (...)
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  6. Vernon French & Antonia Monteiro (1994). Butterfly Wings: Colour Patterns and Now Gene Expression Patterns. Bioessays 16 (11):789-791.
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