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Author: Kate March
( Inserted on 19/04/2009 - 12730 Reads)

This is a short general introduction to the group of plants known as angiosperms (or flowering plants). The video begins with a brief mention of the rise of flowering plants and then discuss some of their major characteristics (such as fruits and flowers). Next, it identifies parts of a typical flower, introduces some of the relationships that exist between angiosperms and animals, and talks about the role of flower petals in pollination. The video ends with a discussion of how humans use flowering plants in their everyday lives.

I intended this video to be accessible to a wide audience with little or no technical experience with plants. The language is simple enough for a younger audience, while the material remains appropriate for any age. I am a science educator, and had 5th and 6th grade science students in mind when making this video.

Author: Craig Dehner
( Inserted on 19/04/2009 - 4207 Reads)

Short stop-motion video done for www.Chlorofilms.org

Author: Margarita Vazquez
( Inserted on 18/04/2009 - 2855 Reads)

The video contains general characteristics of the plant. and in its external morphology, reproduction and use.

Author: Michelle Bell
( Inserted on 18/04/2009 - 5399 Reads)

Science is not all about the books. It can be cool, filled new and creative, fun ideas. Explore the world of Science and the MiToChOnDrIa! www.ChloroFilms.org

Author: John Davis
( Inserted on 17/04/2009 - 5156 Reads)

This is a Texas Tech University's entry for the Chlorofilms.org YouTube contest. Scientists at Texas Tech are trying to determine if plants can retain information about past experiences in small R...