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Author: Elinor Ives
( Inserted on 14/04/2009 - 2896 Reads)

This is an educational series about photosynthesis, respiration, and transpiration.

Author: Elinor Ives
( Inserted on 14/04/2009 - 2602 Reads)

This is an educational series about photosynthesis, respiration, and transpiration.

Author: Elinor Ives
( Inserted on 14/04/2009 - 2694 Reads)

This is an educational series about photosynthesis, respiration, and transpiration.

Author: Karl Haro von Mogel
( Inserted on 16/03/2009 - 6218 Reads)

Fields of Study is a series of interviews with accomplished plant breeders, covering a wide range of important crops including maize, peppers, biofuel crops such as switchgrass, etc. Each “Fields of Study” video focuses on individual breeders and their background and contributions to the field. The breeders discuss what crops they work on, the importance and impact of their research, and their personal connection to their chosen career. The emphasis is on the human aspects of plant breeding, and what they most enjoy about improving plants for human use. The videos also emphasize what it is that plant breeders do, and show how they go from thousands of different plants to the one that becomes a new variety. These videos are aimed at a general audience, and are intended as a primer for interest in plant breeding. They will also have educational value for people who would like to learn about the breeding efforts that are behind the foods that they eat. Additional Information - Higher resolution versions of these videos are available here: http://www.wisconsinplantbreeding.com/educators/videos/fields-of-study-corn/.

Author: Karl Haro von Mogel
( Inserted on 16/03/2009 - 6086 Reads)

Fields of Study is a series of interviews with accomplished plant breeders, covering a wide range of important crops including maize, peppers, biofuel crops such as switchgrass, etc. Each “Fields of Study” video focuses on individual breeders and their background and contributions to the field. The breeders discuss what crops they work on, the importance and impact of their research, and their personal connection to their chosen career. The emphasis is on the human aspects of plant breeding, and what they most enjoy about improving plants for human use. The videos also emphasize what it is that plant breeders do, and show how they go from thousands of different plants to the one that becomes a new variety. These videos are aimed at a general audience, and are intended as a primer for interest in plant breeding. They will also have educational value for people who would like to learn about the breeding efforts that are behind the foods that they eat. Additional Information - Higher resolution versions of these videos are available here: http://www.wisconsinplantbreeding.com/educators/videos/fields-of-study-pepper/.

Author: Karl Haro von Mogel
( Inserted on 16/03/2009 - 5760 Reads)

Fields of Study is a series of interviews with accomplished plant breeders, covering a wide range of important crops including maize, peppers, biofuel crops such as switchgrass, etc. Each “Fields of Study” video focuses on individual breeders and their background and contributions to the field. The breeders discuss what crops they work on, the importance and impact of their research, and their personal connection to their chosen career. The emphasis is on the human aspects of plant breeding, and what they most enjoy about improving plants for human use. The videos also emphasize what it is that plant breeders do, and show how they go from thousands of different plants to the one that becomes a new variety. These videos are aimed at a general audience, and are intended as a primer for interest in plant breeding. They will also have educational value for people who would like to learn about the breeding efforts that are behind the foods that they eat. Additional Information - Higher resolution versions of these videos are available here: http://www.wisconsinplantbreeding.com/educators/videos/fields-of-study-switchgrass/.

Author: Patricia Kupferer
( Inserted on 14/04/2009 - 2891 Reads)

The first video demonstrates how to make culture medium nd put it into glass ornaments using a cooking show format The second video demonstrates how to prepare the plant tissue (stems and leaves) and place it in the medium in the ornaments continuing in the cooking show format The third video demonstrates how to subculture the plant tissue in a news show format and discusses methods for hardening off the plant tissue cultures in a children's craft show format

This was a high school class project.

Author: Patricia Kupferer
( Inserted on 16/04/2009 - 3351 Reads)

The first video demonstrates how to make culture medium nd put it into glass ornaments using a cooking show format The second video demonstrates how to prepare the plant tissue (stems and leaves) and place it in the medium in the ornaments continuing in the cooking show format The third video demonstrates how to subculture the plant tissue in a news show format and discusses methods for hardening off the plant tissue cultures in a children's craft show format

This was a high school class project.

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( Inserted on 17/04/2009 - 2702 Reads)

dark-grown plant

Author: Mike Wilder
( Inserted on 14/04/2009 - 7354 Reads)

This series presents several genera of carnivorous plants, in 3D. It is intended to be useful for general and more botanically sophisticated audiences. Each episode begins with a brief introduction by the director, undergraduate Botany student Mike Wilder. Episode One begins with general information about plant evolution, cellular organization, and photosynthesis, with an emphasis on the profound importance of primary productivity. The episode continues with a hypothesis for the origin of carnivory in plants, and then looks at several species of Drosera. Episode Two examines the Pinguicula, Utricularia, Cephalotus, Heliamphora, and Nepenthes. Episode Three looks at Dionaea, then travels to Japan to see Dr. Chiaki Shibata studying Pinguicula in habitat. This episode concludes by noting that many species of carnivorous plants are threatened or endangered, and reminds the audience of the profound importance of plant diversity. After the credits, there is a brief animated sequence illustrating the lego robot Wilder built to film this movie.

This series does contain short segments by Chiaki Shibata, Romuald Anifraix, and Archipelago. In all cases, these works are used with permission. No portion of this series infringes any copyright. 

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