FLOWER DEVELOPMENT

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FLOWER DEVELOPMENT : 

FLOWER DEVELOPMENT Presented by-LALAWMPUIA Guide- JBN

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Flower – Sexual Reproductive Organs Flower – Petals Sepals Stamen Carpels

From Green Algae – Angiosperm 140 million years ago : 

From Green Algae – Angiosperm 140 million years ago

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Goethe (1790) believe that Flower are derived from Leaf

Flowering step – Where??? : 

Flowering step – Where??? Apical meristem Inflorescence meristem Flower meristem on which flowers develop

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Apical meristem: #Physiological changes occur at the shoot apical meristem (SAM). #Cell division in the meristem is required to provide new cells for initiation of new organs, providing the Basic structure of the plant body. Organisation of an apical meristem 1 - Central zone 2 - Peripheral zone 3 - Medullary (i.e. central) meristem 4 - Medullary tissue

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Floral meristem The shoot apical meristem is transformed into an inflorescence meristem which goes on to produce the floral meristem which produces the familiar sepals, petals, stamens and carpels of the flower

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Genes Genes Genes !!!

THE POWER OF GENETICS : 

THE POWER OF GENETICS Stem cell Gene X(LEAFY, APETALA1, CAULIFLOWER) Stem cell Mutant Gene X

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Arabidopsis plant has flowers at many developmental stages

Young flower Primodia : 

Young flower Primodia Sepals Petals Stamen Carpel

How do cell on the outside know they should form the Sepals?????....... : 

How do cell on the outside know they should form the Sepals?????....... Sepal Stamen Carpel Homeotic Genes

ABC Model of Flower Development : 

ABC Model of Flower Development The Flower Primodia is divided into four Concentric rings of cell (1,2,3,4). These four rings define the four different type of Flower Organs that will later arise.

ABC Model Of Organ Development : 

ABC Model Of Organ Development The A, B and C genes specify the four different organ types(Sepal, Petal, Carpel and Stamen). Each of this Gene is active in two adjacent ring of cell.

ABC Model : 

A = Sepals A+B = Petals B+C = Stamen C = Carpels ABC Model Model describes the interactions of different genes that control floral organ identity

Normal Flower : 

Normal Flower

If all A,B&C Genes are mutated!!! : 

If all A,B&C Genes are mutated!!! Formation of numerous Leaves

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Goethe (1790) believe that Flower are derived from Leaf What about his Ideas???..........

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What about Leaf to Flower ???....... NO Missing ????

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D - Gene D - Gene D - Gene D - Gene

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What happen D Genes gets Mutated?????..

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YES After introduction of D - Genes

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