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Nonvascular Plants | Biology

To purchase this program please visit www.greatpacificmedia.com Segment from the program Kingdom Pla To purchase this program please visit www.greatpacificmedia.com Segment from the program Kingdom Plantae: Builders of Biomes. DVD Description Our Plant DVD starts by looking at the watery origins of modern land plants before looking at the adaptations that have evolved in plants and enabled them to spread to nearly every corner of the Earth. These adaptations include: roots, which anchor plants and absorb water and nutrients from the soil; vessels, that conduct water and nutrients throughout a plant; lignin, which stiffens and supports plants enabling them to grow taller; pollen, which frees plants from a dependence on water for reproduction; and fruits, which entice animals to unwittingly spread a plants seeds far and wide. Length: 00:02:31

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Moss Life Cycle

Plants such as moss reproduce in weird, wacky ways. They alternate generations between a gametophyte Plants such as moss reproduce in weird, wacky ways. They alternate generations between a gametophyte with half the number of chromosomes (haploid) and a sporophyte with the full number of chromosomes (diploid). This video by AP Biology students at La Junta High School dramatically reenacts the stages in the life cycle of moss. Length: 00:05:00

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Adaptable Algae and Magic Moss

Dr Juliet Coates of the University of Birmingham's School of Biosciences talks about the contemporar Dr Juliet Coates of the University of Birmingham's School of Biosciences talks about the contemporary possibilities raised by tracing the evolutionary history of plants. She even makes plant biology and studying the evolution of multicellular organisms from single-celled ancestors look pretty damn good fun. The New Optimists are a group of scientists who were asked to write a short essay on what they are optimistic about. Read more about the New Optimists at newoptimists.com or buy the book by visiting amzn.to Length: 00:06:13

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AP Biology: Learn The Moss Life Cycle

This is a detailed video about the Moss Life Cycle for AP Biology. This is a detailed video about the Moss Life Cycle for AP Biology. Length: 00:01:06

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Biology-Vascular vs. Non-Vascular

An entertaining video explaining the differences between vascular and non vascular plants. An entertaining video explaining the differences between vascular and non vascular plants. Length: 00:06:07

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AP Biology: Seedless Plants

Watch more at www.educator.com Other subjects include Chemistry, Physics, Organic Chemistry, Algebra Watch more at www.educator.com Other subjects include Chemistry, Physics, Organic Chemistry, Algebra 1/2, Basic Math, Pre-Calculus, Geometry, Pre-Algebra, Calculus, Statistics, and Computer Science. -All lectures are broken down by individual topics -No more wasted time -Just search and jump directly to the answer Length: 00:01:47

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