Introduction to Botany, Part 2
OVERVIEW:

This program introduces the student to the science of botany. The subject is examined from adaptation to life on land, through modern plants and human dependency and interaction with the plant kingdom. Full use is made of time-lapse photography and computer animation to demonstrate plant movement and growth. Lab experiments that can easily be duplicated in the classroom illustrate plant structure and transport. Thousands of feet of video shot in the field bring the world of botany directly into the classroom. Students are introduced to the plant kingdom via the organizing principles of plant classification and the development of modern land plants. Plant families, growth and development, soil and nutrition, transport and movement, natural cycles relating to plant life - all are examined in a colorful, informative and logical style. Students are encouraged to examine the plant kingdom scientifically - that is, with an awareness of plant development and the relationship between plants and their environment. Because of the length and amount of material covered, Introduction to Botany has been designed for viewing in segments or chapters in parallel with the student's course work and is being released in two parts. Chapters include Adaptations to Land, Non-Vascular Plants, Gymnosperms, Angiosperms, Structure and Growth of Vascular Plants, Movement and Response, Nutrition and Plants and the Future.
Price: $295.00 USD

Product ID: CLP122
Media: DVD
Year: 2011
Duration: 25:00 minutes
Language: English
Tags: Botany and Plant Reproduction
 
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