Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Revision quiz – Hormones. 1- What is a hormone? Questions on humans.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Revision quiz – Hormones. 1- What is a hormone? Questions on humans."— Presentation transcript:

1 Revision quiz – Hormones

2 1- What is a hormone? Questions on humans

3 2- How does growth hormone stimulate growth in humans?

4 3- What happens with overproduction of growth hormone in adults?

5 4- What happens with overproduction of growth hormone in children?

6 5- What happens with underproduction of growth hormone in children?

7 6-Name the glands/hormones 1 1 Gland at base of brainGland at base of brain = Hormone = Gland

8 7-What happens when too much “2” is produced? 1 1 Gland at base of brainGland at base of brain = Hormone = Gland

9 8-What happens when not enough “2” is produced in adults & children? 1 1 Gland at base of brainGland at base of brain = Hormone = Gland

10 Questions on plants 9-What are the two groups of plant hormones?

11 10-Where is IAA produced?

12 11- What is the effect of IAA at the cellular level?

13 12- What is the effect of high concentration of IAA on shoot and root growth??

14 13- What is the effect of IAA on buds? What is the name of this process? What happens when the apical bud is removed?

15 14- What happens when low levels of auxin are present in the leaf stalk? What is the name of this process?

16 15- What is the result of production of auxin by the developing seed?

17 16- Give 3 effects of Gibberelins

18 17- Draw a barley seed and explain the process involving GA which results in the breakdown of starch into maltose.

19 18- What are the commercial applications of IAA?

20 Questions on experiments involving auxin 19- What is the name given to an emerging shoot in grasses?

21 Questions on experiments involving auxin 19- What is the name given to an emerging shoot in grasses? Coleoptile

22 20-What happens when auxin is evenly distributed?

23 21- What happens when auxin is concentrated on one side only? How does this happen naturally? What is the name of this process?

24 21-Answers: Light destroys IAA so growing shoots exposed to sunlight on one side only will have an asymmetric distribution of IAA (less IAA on side exposed to sunlight, therefore, lesser cell elongation on that side). The coleoptile grows to one side, this is called phototropism.

25 22- What happens if the tip is removed and then replaced?

26 23- What happens if the tip is removed and not replaced?

27 23- What happens if the tip is removed and placed on an agar block?

28 24- Once the tip has been removed, how can IAA be applied where the tip was? What would be the controls for this experiment?

29


Download ppt "Revision quiz – Hormones. 1- What is a hormone? Questions on humans."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google