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Post by Aaron Mackley on October 17, 2012

She should get a green color on your pen. She says so at 8:00.

Seed Plants

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Objectives 0:07
    • Objectives
  • Seed Plant Characteristics 0:29
    • Seed Plant Characteristics
    • 2 Groups: Non-flowering or Flowering
  • Leaves 2:18
    • Photosynthesis
    • Layers of Cells - Epidermis
    • Waxy Cuticle
    • Chloroplasts
  • Leaves 7:57
    • Diagrams: Structures and Functions
  • Stems 10:00
    • Stems
    • 2 Types: Herbaceous or Woody
  • Roots 11:13
    • Roots
  • Gymnosperms 12:55
    • Gymnosperms
    • Divisions: Conifers
    • Divisions: Cycads
    • Divisions: Ginkgoes
    • Divisions: Gnetophytes
  • Angiosperms 14:54
    • Angiosperms
    • Groups: Monocots and Dicots
  • Example 1: Is an Apple Tree a Gymnosperm or an Angiosperm? 20:26
  • Example 2: Is a Flower with 5 Petals a Monocot or a Dicot? 21:27
  • Example 3: Name Two Root Functions 22:02
  • Example 4: In What Part of the Leaf Does Photosynthesis Occur? 22:48