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We also saw more complicated patterns, reminiscent of real two-domain gap patterns (Fig. 3D). It could be that the evolutionary search is tending to fill in the missing gap patterns to generate the structure of the real, complete gap network. However, these two-domain gt-like patterns were relatively rare, and we did not find any kni-like patterns. In summary, we have found that for the case of small fragments of gene ensembles, the co-option of new genes really does facilitate the evolutionary search.
This reorganization is recognized as a major driving force in evolution. We simulated the evolution of gene networks by means of the Genetic Algorithms (GA) technique. We used standard GA methods of point mutation and multi-point crossover, as well as our own operators for introducing or withdrawing new genes on the network. The starting point for our computer evolutionary experiments was a 4-gene dynamic model representing the real genetic network controlling segmentation in the fruit fly Drosophila.
The best-fit solutions span from highly robust, capable of filtering out Bcd variability nearly completely, to solutions unable to filter variability at all. It is biologically established that the position of each domain border of each gap gene pattern is under the control of different combinations of regulatory inputs from the other members of the segmentation ensemble. In the case of the 2-gene model, we have one border for Hb and two borders (anterior & posterior) for Kr. Even for good-scoring solutions, there are cases when Hb is robust but Kr is less robust, or even non-robust (Fig.