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Unformatted text preview: floral pattern. What determines which of these genes are expressed in a particular floral organ primordium? And, what is the result? What results from a mutation in these genes? The ________ model of flower formation identifies how the _____ classes of floral organ identity genes direct the formation of the ______ types of floral organs. SI Leader: Anita Vijapura Spring 2010 BSC2011 02/22 2 Each class of genes is switched “on” in __________ specific whorls of the floral meristem: 1) A: 2) B: 3) C: These genes regulate expression of other genes responsible for development of _________________________: 1) Sepals: 2) Petals: 3) Stamens: 4) Carpels: The ABC model can account for the _____________________ of mutants lacking A, B, or C gene activity....
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