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  • Sid the Science Kid: Plant Growth

    Teacher Suzy explains to her students an experiment with plants to help them understand how plants grow and how to determine which plant has grown the most.

  • The Magic School Bus: How a Plant Makes Food

    By observing the chloroplasts in a leaf, the students learn that plants produce their own food and do not get it from another source. The students come to the conclusion that the chloroplasts use sunlight, air, and water to create sugar, which is used as energy for the plant.

  • Crash Course: Biology: Plant Cells vs. Animal Cells

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    Hank illustrates the differences between plant and animal cells. Both are eukaryotic cells, but they have their own unique characteristics. Hank also explains why humans cannot eat wood and plants in the way that other animals can. Key Words: Eukaryotic Cells, Prokaryotic Cells, Organelles, Cytoplasm, Cell Wall, Cellulose, Photosynthesis, Plastids, Chloroplasts, Central Vacuole

  • Beakman's World: Plant Water Absorption

    Beakman explains how plants take up water through the xylem. To demonstrate this, he splits the stem of a white flower in half and puts each half into a different jar of colored water. He also puts a stick of celery in one of the jars. The next day, you can see the white flower is now two different colors and if you split the celery, you can see the xylem because it's now colored.

  • Crash Course: Biology: Photosynthesis

    Hank explains in-depth the series of reactions that take place for a plant to produce food for itself, also known as photosynthesis. This video also explores the prerequisites (sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water) of these reactions. Key Words: Xylem, Stomata, Chlorophyll, Chloroplast, Thylakoid, Photoexcitation, Photosystem II, Electron Transport Chain, Cytochrome Complex, ATP