4-9 Lecture Outline

4-9 Lecture Outline - auxins and cytokinins, play an...

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Plant response to stimuli Chapter 39 Terms Hormone- Signal transduction pathway (see fig 39.3)- Second messengers- Auxin- Cytokinin- Gibberellin- Ethylene- Callus- Abscission layer- Concepts 1. What is a hormone? Briefly describe how hormones might trigger a developmental response in plant cells
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2. As you know from previous lectures, parenchyma cells are undifferentiated and may be triggered to differentiate into other, more specialized cells. Two classes of hormones,
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Unformatted text preview: auxins and cytokinins, play an important role in formation of plant organs. Where are these hormones produced and how do they interact to cause the formation of the shoot and root system? What happens in the concentration of auxin and cytokinin is the same? 3. What is foolish seedling disease and what causes it to happen? 4. How is ethylene different from all other known plant hormones What is the triple response that ethylene has been shown to cause?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2010 for the course BIO 52089 taught by Professor Mort/moyle during the Spring '10 term at Kansas.

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