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BICD 120 Fall 2007 TA: Abraham Tang

Section: Wednesday 6-6:50PM, York 3000A abraham.h.tang@gmail.com


OH: by appointment

Dr. Schmidt’s Final Lecture


1. In ABC model, AP2 =____, AP3 =____, APG =_____.
2. Using the ABC model, what would be the order of whorls you would see in
an A class-mutant? B-class mutant? C-class mutant?
3. If you had the ability to express any of the ABC gene activities throughout
all cells of floral meristems, how could you obtain an Arabidopsis flower
producing only petals in every whorl?
4. You examine a flower and notice that it contains a whorl of sepals,
followed by a whorl of petals, followed by two whorls of stamens. How
could you explain this using the ABC model?
5. Which molecule plays an essential role in sensing day length in plants?
This molecule is a _________-_________ complex.
6. Red = ____ nm. Far-red = ____ nm.
7. Lettuce seeds germinate in response to _____ nm light.
8. In long-day plants, Pfr _________ flowering.
9. In short-day plants, Pfr ________ flowering.
Dr. Crawford’s Lecture 1
1. What is the definition of hormones?
2. What kind of phototropism do plants have? Be able to draw and explain if
necessary.
3. Where is the sensing tissue? Be able to draw this tissue in detail.
4. What is the mechanism for phototropism? Be able to reproduce the
experiment done to show the mechanism for phototropism.
5. Be able to draw the chemical structure for auxin.
6. Describe the transport of auxin. Which direction? Requires ATP or not?
7. What are the effects of auxin? Be able to list them out.
8. Regarding phototropism, how do cells elongate according to the acid
growth theory?
9. What is auxin’s role in the growth of new roots after having removed the
old roots from a plant?
10. What is auxin’s role in lateral bud growth?
11. Be able to draw the chemical structure for cytokinin.
12. In tissue culture in liquid or agar media, what do cells need to grow?
13. What are the 4 functions of cytokinin?
14. In a senescing leaf, what color will the portions be that contain cytokinin?

Ecclesiastes 11:6 (NIV)


Sow your seed in the morning,
and at evening let not your hands be idle,
for you do not know which will succeed, whether this or that,
or whether both will do equally well.
BICD 120 Fall 2007 TA: Abraham Tang
Section: Wednesday 6-6:50PM, York 3000A abraham.h.tang@gmail.com
OH: by appointment

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Ecclesiastes 11:6 (NIV)


Sow your seed in the morning,
and at evening let not your hands be idle,
for you do not know which will succeed, whether this or that,
or whether both will do equally well.