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Plants Plants Plants

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by tgutberg, Jun 19, 2008.

  1. tgutberg

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    Does anybody knows if any of the following plant related subjects is still on the DAT:

    .Sexual/Asexual Reproduction in Angiosperms /fertilization/ seed formation/ hormones. / classification


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  3. osimsDDS

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    for shizzle, still around
     
  4. harrygt

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    I asked a similar question a few days ago, but did not get enough answers. Yeah, I'm wondering if they ask any questions about plant hormones, reproduction and classification. I don't see these stuff on the ADA specifications list, but still...
     
  5. DRHOYA

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    I would say plant reproduction is important. There is alot of info there, especially within angiosperms. Fungi as well. I would also know the main plant hormones such as: auxins, gibberlins, ehtylene etc....b/c they play a part in photo/geo trophism.
     
  6. petra23

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    Yes! definitely (I took the DAT on Tuesday) and I can think of at least two.
     

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