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Gen_Bio_II_study_guide_ch_37-S9th - light cues interpreted...

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Dr. Tyler General Biology II – Study Guide for Chapter 37 Define the following: Abscisic acid Abscission Abscission zone Aleurone layer Annuals Apical dominance Apical hook Arabidopsis Auxin Bolting Brassinosteroid Coleoptile Coleorhiza Cotyledons Cryptochromes Cytokinins Darwin’s experiment Dormancy Endosperm Epicotyl Epicotyl hook Ethylene Etiolation Florigen Flowering Germination Gibberellins Gravitropism Hormones Hypocotyl Hypocotyl hook Imbibition Indoleacetic acid (IAA) Morphogen Nastic movements Night length Parthenocarpy Perennials Photoreceptor Phototropin Phototropism Phytochrome FR Phytochrome R Phytochromes Post-harvest ripening Radicle Scutellum Seedling Senescence Thigmotropism Viviparous Went’s experiment Zeaxanthin What four factors regulate plant growth and development? Give several examples of environmental cues that affect plant development. How are
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Unformatted text preview: light cues interpreted by plants? • What factors are required to break seed dormancy? What is the advantage of dormancy? • Describe the process of seed germination. • Review Table 37.1 for hormone functions. • What are the functions of gibberellins? • What are the functions of auxins? How is auxin transported through plants, and how does this relate to auxins function? • What is auxins mechanism for affecting cell growth? • What are the functions of cytokinins? • What are the functions of ethylene? • What are the functions of abscisic acid? • What are the functions of brassinosteroids? • How do photoreceptors help regulate plant growth? • How are photoreceptors involved with etiolation?...
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