When in doubt go back to definitions I say (as I am now).
cytoplasmic determinants: regulatory molecules located in specific distributions around egg cytoplasm
Induction: process by which the presence of one tissue influences the development of others
positional information, signals cells about its relative position to other cells.
Differentiation: the process of a cell becoming a specialized type of cell through regulated gene expression
Determination: process by which portions of the genome are selected for expression in different embryonic cells
Pattern formation (aka morphogenesis) → events that determine the spatial organization of an embryo
Hox genes establish anterior posterior axis and regulate gene expression.
I would change,
cytoplasmic determinants → differentiation via determination → pattern formation (rather than information)
morphogen lead to pattern information (since these are the signals)
hox genes → morphogens → pattern information → pattern formation