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Plants transport water and nutrients to make food. We start with an impressive educational video, followed by detailed video lectures from different angles.
This course focuses on plant transport of water and nutrients. It collects videos about plant structure, transport, osmosis, cohesion, adhesion, and transpiration.
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Must see - outstanding educational video by an 8th grader. Great soundtrack, scenery, graphics, animation, rolling subtitle and explanation - all rolled into one 7:08 minute video.
I did this for extra credit in grade 8 hope it helps. The video goes in the order written in the title with some extra information. NO COPYRIGHT WAS INTENDED...
A commotion around 6:00! Water sticks but is not sticky. Hence capillary action. Around 10:00 min, the polarity of water cells. The whole 23:00 minute video is a solid intro to water diffusion and its role in life.
http://www.interactive-biology.com - In this section, I talk about the properties of water, and what makes it unique. I talk about hydrogen bonds that result...
A 14:07 minute video with detaled graphic and verbal explanation. Around 930 there's water transport.
Paul Andersen explains how nutrients and water are transported in plants. He begins with a brief discussion of what nutrients are required by plants and wher...
A general, textbook-like, well-rounded, and well-illustrated7:57 min video on plant transportation system. Some narrative accent - but hey, so what? It's clear and this is our global resources via Youtube.
Every organism is in need of water and food for their survival. Transportation is a process of transporting water, minerals and food to all parts of the plan...
A 18:14 minute video and blackboard lecture, with much details on plant nutrients.
Covers the HSC syllabus dot point: "describe current theories about processes responsible for the movement of materials through plants in xylem and phloem ti...
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