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What would happen if I prevented the apical meristem from producing auxin in a plant? 1. The plant will die 2. Lateral buds will start to grow 3. Lateral buds will stop growing 4. The plant will lean towards the light 5. The plant will lean away from the light
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Apical meristem intact vs. removed Apical meristem -> Lateral bud s - >
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Welcome back! • Today we’ll wrap up communication and start sensory systems – Communication will be based on your feedback (i.e., what do you want me to review?) • Exam is on Wednesday – Covers everything since the prior exam – Respiration, osmoregulation, and inter-cell signaling • NOT sensory systems
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Schedule for the next few weeks • Wed May 7 – Lecture exam 3 • Wed May 14 – Writing project 3 due in lecture • Wed/Thu May 14/15 – JA 2 due in lab • Mon/Tue May 19/20 – Poster due in lab • Wed May 21 – Final exam in lecture • Wed May 21 @ 2:10 pm – sleep
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The one question … • “In section 42.2, I know we don’t need to
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course ECON 100 taught by Professor Chandle during the Spring '11 term at UC Irvine.

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