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Nehlia McIntyre

Nehlia McIntyre

Cnidarians

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Table of Contents

I. Classification
Characteristics of Life

16m 39s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:10
Objectives
0:11
5 Characteristics of Life
0:27
Grow, Reproduce, Adapt, Cells, and Energy
0:28
Growth and Development
1:38
Growth and Development
1:39
Life Span
2:44
Reproduction
2:55
Reproduction
2:56
Adapt and Respond
3:29
Adaptation
3:30
Organisms Respond to Stimuli
3:54
Definition of Stimuli
5:25
Homeostasis
5:58
Adapt to Environment
7:38
Cells
8:09
Organisms and Cells
8:10
One-celled Organisms and Many-celled Organisms
8:27
Energy
10:12
Organisms and Energy
10:13
Energy Sources
10:39
Example 1: Name the 5 Characteristics of Life
12:02
Example 2: What is Homeostasis?
12:58
Example 3: How Do Living Things Get Energy?
13:52
Example 4: Living or Nonliving?
14:24
Classifying Living Things

23m 5s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:07
Objectives
0:08
Taxonomy
0:26
Taxonomy
0:27
Taxonomist
1:28
Carolus Linnaeus
1:47
Rules of Taxonomy
2:03
Rules of Taxonomy
2:04
Kingdoms and Domains
3:17
6 Kingdoms
3:53
3 Domains
4:13
Levels of Taxonomy
5:11
Levels of Taxonomy
5:12
Naming Organisms
8:40
Common Names
8:41
Scientific Names
10:03
Plants
11:37
Plants Overview
11:38
Animals
13:50
Animals Overview
13:51
Fungi
14:50
Fungi Overview
14:51
Eubacteria/Archaebacteria
15:40
Eubacteria/Archaebacteria Overview
15:41
Protists
18:49
Protists Overview
18:50
Example 1: What are the 3 Domains?
20:11
Example 2: What are the 6 Kingdoms?
20:56
Example 3: What are the Levels of Taxonomy
21:38
Example 4: Identifying Kingdom
22:26
II. Plants
Plant Classification

24m 9s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:09
Objectives
0:10
Why Study Plants?
0:33
Botany
0:34
Usages of Plants
1:15
Plant Characteristics
1:56
Multicellular
1:57
Eukaryotes
2:27
Cell Wall
3:18
Need Water
4:31
Photosynthesis
4:55
Plant Origins
6:40
Common Ancestor: Green Algae
6:41
Adaptations to Land
8:04
Plant Classification
10:44
Kingdom: Divisions/Phyla
10:45
Based on Physical Characteristics
12:07
Evolution of Plants
13:10
Life Cycles
14:16
Annuals
14:17
Biennials
14:30
Perennials
14:41
Nonvascular Plants
15:01
Characteristics of Nonvascular Plants
15:02
Vascular Plants
18:22
Tubes Transport Food and Water in Stem, Leaves, and Roots
18:23
3 Types of Vascular Tissue: Xylem
19:19
3 Types of Vascular Tissue: Phloem
20:10
3 Types of Vascular Tissue: Cambium
20:46
Example 1: Identify the Type of Vascular Tissue that Transport Food Throughout the Plant
21:19
Example 2: The Plant Kingdom is Classified into Groups Called?
21:56
Example 3: Name Two Adaptations that Allow Plants to Survive on Land
22:29
Example 4: Name Two Characteristics that All Plants Share
23:15
Seedless Plants

25m 37s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:09
Objectives
0:10
Plant Classification
0:36
Vascular and Nonvascular
0:37
Vascular-Seed or Seedless
1:44
All Nonvascular- Seedless Only
1:54
What is a Bryophyte?
2:51
Seedless, Nonvascular Plants
2:52
Use Spores Instead of Seeds
3:50
3 Groups: Mosses, Liverworts, Hornworts
4:44
Where do Bryophytes Grow?
4:56
Water and Diffusion
4:57
Why are Bryophytes Important?
6:36
Maintain Healthy Ecology
6:37
Soil Builders
7:15
Store Water
7:50
Mosses
8:38
Mosses
8:39
Liverworts
10:04
Liverworts
10:05
Hornworts
11:19
Hornworts
11:20
What are Pteridophytes?
11:57
What are Pteridophytes?
11:58
Ferns
13:38
Characteristics of Ferns
13:39
Club Mosses
16:04
Club Mosses
16:05
Horsetails
17:39
Horsetails
17:40
Example 1: Name One Similarity and One Difference Between Bryophytes and Pteridophytes
20:24
Example 2: What Does the Fossil Record Tell Us About Seedless Plants Living Millions of Years Ago?
22:49
Example 3: How Do Nonvascular Plants Get Water and Nutrients?
23:52
Example 4: Identify the Plant in the Pictures Below
24:14
Seed Plants

23m 30s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:07
Objectives
0:08
Seed Plant Characteristics
0:29
Seed Plant Characteristics
0:30
2 Groups: Non-flowering or Flowering
1:52
Leaves
2:18
Photosynthesis
2:19
Layers of Cells - Epidermis
4:37
Waxy Cuticle
6:36
Chloroplasts
7:06
Leaves
7:57
Diagrams: Structures and Functions
7:58
Stems
10:00
Stems
10:01
2 Types: Herbaceous or Woody
10:33
Roots
11:13
Roots
11:14
Gymnosperms
12:55
Gymnosperms
12:56
Divisions: Conifers
14:02
Divisions: Cycads
14:20
Divisions: Ginkgoes
14:29
Divisions: Gnetophytes
14:37
Angiosperms
14:54
Angiosperms
14:55
Groups: Monocots and Dicots
15:57
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
Plant Reproduction

40m 40s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:07
Objectives
0:08
Life Cycle of Plants
0:36
How Does Plant Life Begin?
0:37
Asexual Reproduction
2:40
Asexual Reproduction
2:41
Sexual Reproduction
5:27
Fertilization
5:28
Spores
8:01
Spores
8:02
Mosses
9:27
Gametophyte Phase
9:28
Sporophyte Phase
10:53
Ferns
12:34
Two-part Life Cycle: First Generation
12:35
Two-part Life Cycle: Second Generation
13:18
Ferns
14:20
Phases of Life Cycle
14:21
Conifers and their Cones
16:39
Fertilization of Male and Female Cones
16:40
Diagram Example
18:24
Seeds
19:28
Germination & Conditions
19:29
Angiosperms
21:46
Flowers
21:47
Self-pollination
22:30
Cross-pollination
22:52
Parts of a Flower
23:49
Petals
23:50
Sepals
24:32
Nectary
25:00
Stamen & Carpel
25:12
Sepals
25:56
Sepals
25:57
Nectary
27:03
Nectary
27:04
Male Structures
28:24
Stamen Overview
28:25
Three Parts of Stamen: Pollen, Anther, and Filament
29:03
Female Structures
29:52
Carpel
29:53
Stigma
30:28
Style
30:44
Ovary
31:07
Pollination Process
31:19
Pollination Process
31:20
Fertilization
31:57
After Fertilization
32:24
Example 1: How Can You Grow Plants Without Using Seeds?
33:23
Example 2: List Two Ways Seeds are Different from Spores?
34:08
Example 3: During Pollination, Pollen Grains are Transferred from Where to Where?
35:25
Example 4: Label the Parts of a Flower
37:37
Photosynthesis & Respiration

26m 20s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:07
Objectives
0:08
What do Plants Need?
0:23
Water, Sunlight, Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide, and Nutrients
0:24
Leaves and Roots
2:17
Leaves
4:00
Structures and Functions
4:01
Stomata
6:11
Guard Cells
6:12
Open Stomata - Daytime
7:14
Closed Stomata - Nighttime
8:12
What is Photosynthesis?
9:10
Photosynthesis Overview
9:11
Respiration
13:21
Respiration Overview
13:22
Aerobic vs. Anaerobic Respiration
14:33
Why is this Important?
16:49
Photosynthesis
16:50
Respiration
17:20
Example 1: Give the Chemical Equations for Photosynthesis and Aerobic Respiration
19:11
Example 2: Where do Photosynthesis and Respiration Occur?
21:35
Example 3: How do Guard Cells Help Maintain Homeostasis in Plants?
22:28
Example 4: Which Arrows Show Respiration?
23:55
Plant Responses

17m 5s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:07
Objectives
0:08
What are Plant Responses?
0:24
Behavior
0:25
Stimulus: External and Internal
0:59
Tropisms
2:40
Tropisms
2:41
Positive Examples
3:30
Plant Hormones
5:07
Plant Hormones
5:08
Ethylene
5:52
Auxin
7:44
Gibberellins
8:14
Cytokinins
8:23
Abscicic Acid
9:11
Photoperiods
10:12
Photoperiods
10:13
Long-day Plants
10:48
Short-day Plants
11:32
Day-neutral Plants
12:00
Diagram: Short-day and Long-day Plants
12:27
Example 1: Which Plant Hormone Helps Fruit to Ripen?
13:21
Example 2: Which Plant Hormone Keeps Buds from Developing During the Winter?
14:02
Example 3: List One Example of an Internal and External Stimulus in Plants
14:52
Example 4: Describe What Happened to the Plants in the Picture
15:27
III. Animals
Animal Classification

16m 27s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:07
Objectives
0:08
Common Characteristics
0:25
Multicellular
0:39
Heterotrophic
1:15
Eukaryotic Cells
1:42
Sexual Reproduction
2:07
Symmetry
2:18
Motile
2:35
How Animals are Classified?
2:47
How Animals are Classified?
2:48
Animal Classification
4:05
Animal Classification
4:06
Invertebrates
5:17
Invertebrates
5:18
Vertebrates
5:54
Vertebrates
5:55
Carnivores
7:01
Carnivores
7:02
Herbivores
8:43
Herbivores
8:44
Omnivores
10:25
Omnivores
10:26
Symmetry
10:48
Asymmetrical, Radial Symmetry, and Bilateral Symmetry Overview
10:49
Radial Symmetry
11:59
Radial Symmetry
12:00
Bilateral Symmetry
12:51
Bilateral Symmetry
12:52
Example 1: Animal Classification
13:38
Example 2: Name Two Characteristics that All Animals Share?
14:16
Example 3: What Type of Symmetry is Shown in the Picture?
14:53
Example 4: Label Each Animal as an Invertebrate or a Vertebrate
15:22
Invertebrates

8m 17s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:07
Objectives
0:08
How are Invertebrates Classified?
0:25
Invertebrates Classification
0:26
Body Structures
1:34
Types of Symmetry
1:35
Skeleton and Shells
2:36
What Role do Invertebrates Play?
3:46
Food Source
3:47
Pollinators
4:10
Recyclers
4:26
Example 1: Name the Seven Groups of Invertebrates
4:39
Example 2: Name Two Body Structures Commonly Found in Invertebrates
6:23
Example 3: What Three Roles Do Invertebrates Play in the Environment?
7:06
Example 4: What Type of Skeleton Does This Invertebrate Have?
7:33
Sponges

14m 39s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:07
Objectives
0:08
Characteristics of Sponges
0:22
Characteristics of Sponges
0:23
How are Sponges Different?
2:20
Asymmetrical
2:21
Sessile
2:52
Hollow Tube
3:27
Spicules
4:04
What do Sponges Eat?
4:46
What do Sponges Eat?
4:47
How do Sponges get Oxygen?
5:45
How do Sponges get Oxygen?
5:46
How do Sponges Help other Marine Animals?
6:44
Shelter and Food
6:45
How do Sponges Reproduce?
7:23
Sexual and Asexual Reproduction
7:24
Hermaphrodites
7:38
Asexual Reproduction
9:28
Asexual Reproduction Overview
9:29
Budding
9:42
Regeneration
10:04
Uses for Sponges
10:48
Uses for Sponges
10:49
Example 1: Describe How Sponges Reproduce Sexually
11:17
Example 2: What is a Hermaphrodite?
12:11
Example 3: Why Do You Think that Occurred and How are They Different from Plants?
12:29
Example 4: Name the Sharp, Pointed Protective Structures Shown in this Picture
14:07
Cnidarians

19m 32s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:06
Objectives
0:07
What are Cnidarians?
0:25
What are Cnidarians?
0:26
Examples of Cnidarians
3:01
Examples of Cnidarians
3:02
Common Characteristics
3:40
Stingers
3:42
Organ and Tissue Level
4:32
Two Cell Layers: Ectoderm and Endoderm
5:07
Radial Symmetry
6:35
Two Body Forms
7:09
Two Body Forms Overview
7:10
Polyps
7:36
Medusa
9:18
Jellyfish
10:26
Jellyfish
10:27
Corals
12:06
Corals
12:07
Sea Anemones
13:44
Sea Anemones
13:45
Portuguese man-of-war
15:01
Portuguese man-of-war
15:02
Hydras
16:08
Hydras
16:09
Example 1: Name the Two Benefits of Stinging Tentacles for Cnidarians
16:46
Example 2: Which Body Form has Tentacles that Point Downward?
17:31
Example 3: Name a Type of Cnidarians that Forms Colonies
18:22
Example 4: How Does This Animal Reproduce?
18:51
Mollusks

17m 36s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:05
Objectives
0:06
What are Mollusks?
0:20
What are Mollusks?
0:21
Examples of Mollusks
3:03
Examples of Mollusks
3:04
Distinguishing Features
3:27
Muscular Foot
3:38
Mantle
3:59
Gills
4:36
Classification
6:09
Three Major Classes of Mollusks
6:10
Gastropods
7:18
Gastropods
7:19
Bivalves
10:31
Bivalves
10:32
Cephalopods
11:50
Cephalopods
11:51
Example 1: What are the Three Main Groups of Mollusks?
14:32
Example 2: What is the Function of Gills?
15:27
Example 3: What is the Difference Between a Snail and a Slug?
16:09
Example 4: What Type of Symmetry Does this Mollusk Exhibit?
16:47
Worms

29m 48s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:07
Objectives
0:08
What are Worms?
0:29
What are Worms?
0:30
Where are Worms?
2:27
Where are Worms?
2:28
Characteristics of Flatworms
2:55
Characteristics of Flatworms
2:56
Planarians
4:34
Planarians
4:35
Flukes
7:53
Parasites
7:54
Sexual Reproduction
8:32
Tapeworms
9:23
Parasites With No Body Openings
9:24
Sexual Reproduction
10:52
Characteristics of Roundworms
11:29
Characteristics of Roundworms
11:30
Importance of Roundworms
14:16
Essential to the Health of the Soil
14:17
Origin
14:48
Roundworms and Disease
15:39
Trichinella Worm
15:48
Hookworm
16:20
Pinworm
16:46
Characteristics of Segmented Worms
17:17
Phylum Annelida & Segmented Bodies
17:18
Two Types: Terrestrial and Marine
19:09
Earthworms
20:35
Characteristics of Earthworms
20:36
Sexual Reproduction
21:10
Essential to the Health of Soil
21:41
Earthworm Anatomy
22:29
Earthworm Anatomy: Soil Pathway
22:30
Marine Worms
24:34
Polychaetes
24:35
Leeches
25:35
Example 1: Explain How the Planarian Reproduces both Sexually and Asexually
26:15
Example 2: Which Worm has Hooks and Suckers to Attach to Its Host?
27:11
Example 3: What Characteristics have Helped Roundworms Evolve?
27:44
Example 4: How Does This Animal Reproduce?
28:42
Arthropods

14m 18s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:06
Objectives
0:07
What are Arthropods?
0:23
What are Arthropods?
0:24
'Jointed Foot'
0:44
Jointed Appendages
1:05
Types of Arthropods
1:45
Types of Arthropods
1:46
Common Characteristics of Arthropods
2:53
Common Characteristics of Arthropods
2:54
How do Arthropods Get Their Food?
5:04
Chewing
5:05
Piercing and Sucking
5:27
Lapping up Nectar
5:51
Eating Other Animals
6:06
How do Arthropods Use Their Exoskeleton?
6:38
Protection
6:55
Support
7:27
Water Conservation
7:40
What is Molting?
8:02
Molting
8:03
Example 1: List Two Ways that Arthropods Obtain Food
10:50
Example 2: Name One Advantage and One Disadvantage of Having an Exoskeleton?
11:25
Example 3: Name the Four Types of Arthropods
12:35
Example 4: What is This Process Called That is Shown Below?
13:11
Echinoderms

13m 49s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:06
Objectives
0:07
What are Echinoderms?
0:24
What are Echinoderms?
0:25
Examples
1:13
Common Characteristics of Echinoderms
1:45
Common Characteristics of Echinoderms
1:46
How do Echinoderms Get Food?
3:25
How do Echinoderms Get Food?
3:26
Water-vascular System
3:46
Tube Feet
5:25
Starfish
6:32
Starfish
6:33
Tube Feet
8:25
Feeding
9:02
Sea Urchins
9:32
Spines and Feet
9:33
Mouth
10:24
Example 1: What Do Echinoderms Use to Move Around?
11:05
Example 2: What Do Echinoderms Use to Protect Themselves?
11:59
Example 3: How Can This Animal Repair a Broken Arm?
12:40
Example 4: What Type of Food Does This Animal Eat?
13:13
Vertebrates

19m 29s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:06
Objectives
0:07
What are Vertebrates?
0:24
Animals with Backbones
0:25
How are Vertebrates Classified?
2:53
Five Major Groups
2:55
Birds
4:41
Birds
4:42
Fish
7:05
Live in Fresh or Saltwater
7:06
Distinct Features
8:02
Sexual Reproduction
9:49
Amphibians
9:55
Amphibian = ' Double Life'
9:56
Live in Both Water and Land
11:00
Reptiles
12:43
Dry-scaly Skin
12:44
Terrestrial Eggs
13:57
Ectotherms
14:39
Mammals
15:04
Mammary Glands
15:05
Hair
15:27
Endotherms
15:43
Example 1: Name the Five Major Groups of Vertebrates
16:54
Example 2: What Does the Word 'Amphibian' Mean?
17:45
Example 3: List Two Characteristics of All Reptiles
18:12
Example 4: What is the Common Feature that These Animals Share Below?
18:35
Fish

24m 2s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:06
Objectives
0:07
Common Characteristics
0:28
Common Characteristics
0:29
Fins
3:11
Fins
3:12
Gills
4:27
Gills Overview
4:28
Respiration
5:09
Scales
6:22
Scales: Characteristics and Functions
6:23
3 Classes of Fish
8:33
Jawless Fish, Cartilaginous Fish, and Bony Fish
8:34
Jawless Fish
9:29
Jawless Fish
9:30
Cartilaginous Fish
11:12
Cartilaginous Fish
11:13
Bony Fish
12:19
Bony Fish
12:20
Lobe-finned Fish
14:43
Lobe-finned Fish
14:44
Lung Fish
15:55
Lung Fish
15:56
Ray-finned Fish
17:24
Ray-finned Fish Overview
17:25
Examples of Ray-finned Fish
18:42
Example 1: What Covers Most Fish Like House Shingles and Helps to Protect Them From Predators?
19:38
Example 2: Compare and Contrast Jawless and Cartilaginous Fish
19:57
Example 3: How are Gills Used for Gas Exchange?
21:10
Example 4: Explain Why This Type of Fish Picture Below Would Not Need a Swim Bladder?
22:27
Amphibians

13m 51s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:07
Objectives
0:08
Common Characteristics
0:27
Common Characteristics
0:28
Examples
2:40
Metamorphosis
3:26
Young Water Stage
3:27
Adult Land Stage
4:41
Frogs and Toads
5:51
Common Characteristics
5:52
Frogs versus Toads Characteristics
6:44
Salamanders and Newts
8:31
Salamanders and Newts
8:32
Example 1: Describe Two Differences Between a Tadpole and a Frog
9:22
Example 2: Describe Two Differences Between a Frog and a Toad
10:42
Example 3: Describe Two Differences Between a Frog and a Salamander
11:53
Example 4: Describe the Stage of Development for the Amphibian Pictured Below
13:06
Reptiles

16m 37s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:06
Objectives
0:07
Common Characteristics
0:26
Common Characteristics
0:27
Lizards and Snakes
4:00
Lizards and Snakes Overview
4:01
Characteristics of Lizards
4:42
Characteristics of Snakes
5:28
Turtles
7:34
Characteristics of Turtles
7:35
Crocodilians
9:10
3 Types: Crocodiles
9:21
3 Types: Alligators
10:13
3 Types: Gavials
10:24
Characteristics of Crocodilians
10:33
Example 1: Describe Two Adaptations that Have Helped Reptiles to Live on Land
11:30
Example 2: Compare and Contrast Lizards and Snakes
12:32
Example 3: What is the Purpose of a Turtle's Shell?
14:16
Example 4: Identify Each Picture Below
14:48
Birds

17m 24s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:07
Objectives
0:08
Common Characteristics
0:24
Common Characteristics
0:25
Types of Feathers
5:24
Contour Feathers
5:34
Down Feathers
6:17
Tail Feather
6:56
Wings
7:38
Wings: Structures and Functions
7:39
Non-flying Birds
8:28
Body Systems
9:05
Digestive System
9:21
Respiratory System
11:14
Circulatory System
12:14
Body Systems
12:54
Diagram: Beaks
12:55
Diagram: Digestive System
13:28
Diagram: Circulatory System
13:53
Diagram: Respiratory System
14:10
Example 1: Describe Two Adaptations that Have Helped Birds to Fly
14:47
Example 2: Describe the Type of Feather that Helps Birds Maintain Their Body Temperature
15:24
Example 3: Name Two Ways Birds Use Their Wings
16:05
Example 4: Identify the Structure that Provide Nourishment to a Bird Embryo Below
16:34
Mammals

22m 27s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:06
Objectives
0:07
Common Characteristics
0:30
Common Characteristics
0:31
Hair and Skin
3:23
Hair and Skin
3:24
Glands
5:18
Milk-producing Glands
5:19
Oil-producing Glands
5:58
Sweat Glands
6:36
Scent Glands
7:06
Monotremes
7:51
Monotremes
7:52
Marsupials
9:00
Marsupials
9:01
Placentals
10:42
Gestation Period & Placentals
10:43
Umbilibal Cord
12:12
Carnivores
13:28
Carnivores
13:29
Herbivores
14:27
Herbivores
14:28
Omnivores
15:59
Omnivores
16:00
Example 1: Compare and Contrast Placental, Marsupial, and Monotreme Development
16:39
Example 2: Describe the Specialized Teeth and Diet of Carnivores, Omnivores, and Herbivores
19:10
Example 3: What Structures Help Placentals Develop Inside the Uterus?
20:26
Example 4: Label Each Mammal As a Monotreme, Marsupial, or a Placental.
21:35
Animal Behavior

19m 28s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:06
Objectives
0:07
Behavior
0:28
Behavior
0:29
Stimulus
0:48
External Stimulus
0:54
Internal Stimulus
1:27
Response
1:44
Types of Behavior
2:36
Innate Behaviors
2:45
Learned Behaviors
3:19
Innate Behaviors
3:37
Innate Behaviors Overview
3:46
Insects and Innate Behaviors
4:27
Reflex-automatic Message
4:59
Instinctive Behaviors
5:39
Learned Behaviors
6:12
Learned Behaviors
6:13
Types of Learned Behaviors
7:20
Imprinting
7:37
Trial and Error
8:50
Conditioning
9:08
Insight
9:34
Types of Conditioning
10:27
Classical Conditioning
10:41
Experiment: Pavlov's Dog
10:53
Operant Conditioning
13:24
Example 1: Compare and Contrast the Two Types of Innate Behavior
13:58
Example 2: Give an Example for Each of the 4 Types of Learned Behavior
15:34
Example 3: Conditioning and New Stimulus
18:17
Example 4: Identify the Type of Learned Behavior Shown in the Picture
18:50
Bacteria

22m 41s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:06
Objectives
0:07
Common Characteristics
0:26
Common Characteristics
0:27
Diagram of Bacteria
3:37
No Membrane-bound Nucleus
3:38
Cytoplasm & Ribosomes
3:53
Protection
4:12
Movement
4:24
Diagram of Bacteria
4:33
Aerobes and Anaerobes
6:05
Aerobes
6:13
Anaerobes
6:23
Example
6:30
Obtaining Food
6:42
Producers
6:51
Consumers
7:27
Eubacteria
8:18
Cyanobacteria
8:19
Gram's Stain Experiment: Gram-positive, and Gram-negative
8:57
Archaebacteria
9:57
Archaebacteria
9:58
Live in Extreme Conditions
10:21
Anaerobic
10:46
Examples
10:52
Asexual Reproduction
11:18
Binary Fission
11:19
Helpful Bacteria
12:56
Helpful Bacteria
12:57
Harmful Bacteria
15:23
Pathogens: Disease-causing Bacteria
15:24
Toxins
16:02
Vaccines
17:17
Vaccines
17:18
Example 1: What is the Difference between Producer Bacteria and Consumer Bacteria
18:14
Example 2: What is the Difference Between Eubacteria and Archaebacteria
19:00
Example3: What is the Difference Between an Antibiotic and a Vaccine?
20:04
Example 4: Name the Process Shown Below
21:30
Protists

12m 8s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:06
Objectives
0:07
Common Characteristics
0:19
Common Characteristics
0:20
Three Main Types: Plant-like, Animal-like, and Fungus-like Protists
0:53
How do Protists Reproduce?
1:11
Asexual Reproduction
1:12
Sexual Reproduction
2:43
Animal-like Protists
3:01
Characteristics of Animal-like Protists
3:02
Protozoans
3:24
Examples of Animal-like Protists
4:03
Specialized Structures for Movement
4:19
Plant-like Protists
5:06
Characteristics of Plant-like Protists
5:07
Examples: Algae and Euglena
5:42
Fungus-like Protists
6:25
Characteristics of Fungus-like Protists
6:26
Examples: Slime Molds, Water Molds, and Downy Mildews
8:03
Example 1: Name Two Common Characteristics of All Protists
8:35
Example 2: Describe How Each of the 3 Types of Protists Get Their Food
9:21
Example 3: What Structures Help Protists to Move?
10:28
Example 4: Identify the Type of Protist Pictured Below and the Main Group It Belongs to
11:31
Fungi

11m 24s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:06
Objectives
0:07
Common Characteristics
0:21
Multicellular
0:22
Heterotrophs
0:50
Saprophytes
1:08
Hyphae
2:34
Examples: Mushrooms, Molds, and Yeasts
3:01
More Characteristics
3:14
More Characteristics
3:15
Fungus Reproduction
4:27
Sexual and Asexual Reproduction Overview
4:28
Asexual Reproduction
4:53
Sexual Reproduction
5:40
Fungi Classification
6:43
Classifying Fungi
6:44
Club Fungi - mushroom
6:54
Sac Fungi - Ascus
7:14
Zygote Fungi - Sporangium
7:39
Example 1: Why are Fungi Called Natural Recyclers?
8:10
Example 2: Describe the Reproductive Structure for Each of the 3 Types of Fungi
8:40
Example 3: How Do Fungi Reproduce Sexually?
9:55
Example 4: Identify the Type of Fungus Pictured Below and the Main Group It Belongs to
10:46
IV. Cell Biology
History of the Cells

15m 54s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:10
Objectives
0:11
History of the Microscope
0:28
History of the Microscope
0:29
Anton van Leeuwnhoek
1:28
Robert Hooke
2:45
Simple vs. Compound
4:10
Simple Microscope
4:11
Compound Microscope
4:33
Electron Microscope
7:51
Electron Microscope
7:52
Cell Theory
9:35
1830's Matthias Schleiden
9:36
Theodor Schwann: Cell Theory Part 1
10:34
Rudolph Virchow: Cell Theory Part 2
11:03
Cell Theory Part 3
11:23
Timeline
11:33
Example 1: Describe a Simple Microscope
12:42
Example 2: Total Magnification for Compound Microscope
13:21
Example 3: What are the 3 Parts to the Cell Theory
14:04
Example 4: Identify the Eyepiece and the Objective Lenses in This Microscope
15:01
Cell Structure and Functions

26m 33s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:07
Objectives
0:08
Common Cell Traits
0:25
Smallest Unit of Life
0:26
Cell Membrane
0:42
Cytoplasm
0:51
Prokaryotes
1:34
Eukaryotes
2:19
Cell Shape
2:54
Cell Shape
2:55
Nerve Cell
3:05
Human Egg Cell
4:07
Blood Cell
5:02
Cell Wall
5:41
Cell Wall: Structure and Function
5:42
Pectin and Lignin
7:04
Cell Membrane
8:05
Cell Membrane
8:06
Cytoplasm
9:59
Cytoplasm
10:00
Cytoskeleton
11:15
Energy in the Cell
12:38
Chloroplasts
12:39
Mitochondria
14:00
Diagram: Plant Cell & Animal Cell
15:41
Other Organelles
16:48
Golgi Bodies
16:49
Lysosomes
17:23
Vacuole
18:12
Ribosomes
18:55
Endoplasmic Reticulum
19:49
Cell Organization
20:58
Cell
20:59
Tissues
21:33
Organs
22:12
Organ System
22:26
Organism
22:38
Example 1: Name Two Organelles Found Only in Plants
23:08
Example 2: Show the Organization of a Many-Celled Organism
24:12
Example 3: How Does the Cell Wall Keep the Shape of a Cell?
24:58
Example 4: Identify the Mitochondria and the Chloroplast in the Picture Below
25:42
Cellular Transport

25m 31s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:06
Objectives
0:07
Cell Membrane
0:27
Cell Membrane: Selective Permeable
0:28
All Cells Need…
2:25
Size Matters
2:45
Passive Transport
3:28
Passive Transport
3:29
Three Types: Diffusion, Osmosis, and Facilitated Diffusion
4:08
Diffusion
5:30
Diffusion
5:31
Example: Oxygen Molecules Moving Between Blood Cells and Lungs
6:58
Osmosis
7:57
Osmosis Overview
7:58
Osmosis in Animal Cells
8:34
Osmosis in Plant Cells
10:14
Facilitated Diffusion
13:11
Facilitated Diffusion
13:12
Active Transport
15:04
Active Transport
15:05
Protein Pumps
16:30
Endocytosis and Exocytosis
17:44
Endocytosis: Definition and Example
17:45
Exocytosis: Definition and Example
18:57
Example 1: Compare and Contrast Diffusion and Osmosis
20:27
Example 2: Compare and Contrast an Animal and a Plant Cell Size after Water Molecules have Entered the Cell
21:27
Example 3: Compare and Contrast Endocytosis and Exocytosis
22:40
Example 4: Identify the Process Occurring in the Picture Below
24:31
Cell Division & Mitosis

22m 45s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:09
Objectives
0:10
Cell Division
0:25
Cell Division Overview
0:26
Asexual Reproduction
1:37
Example: Amoeba
2:14
Multi-Cellular Organisms
3:17
Cell Cycle
4:34
Cell Cycle Overview
4:35
Interphase
6:43
Mitosis
6:50
Cytokinesis
7:03
Chromosomes
7:41
Chromosomes
7:42
Sister Chromatids
8:06
Centromere
9:07
Interphase
9:55
Interphase
9:56
Mitosis
11:22
Mitosis
11:23
Prophase - 1st Step in Mitosis
13:38
Prophase - 1st Step in Mitosis
13:39
Metaphase - 2nd Step in Mitosis
15:09
Metaphase - 2nd Step in Mitosis
15:10
Anaphase - 3rd Step in Mitosis
15:51
Anaphase - 3rd Step in Mitosis
15:52
Telophase - 4th Step in Mitosis
16:29
Telophase - 4th Step in Mitosis
16:30
Cytokinesis
17:32
Cytokinesis
17:33
Example 1: Label the Pictures
17:55
Example 2: Draw the Chromosomes for Each
19:41
Example 3: Identify Metaphase
21:43
Viruses

21m 43s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:06
Objectives
0:07
What are Viruses?
0:19
What are Viruses?
0:20
Bacteriophage
1:11
Basic Structure: Protein Coat and Nucleic Acid Core
1:50
Examples of Viruses
2:24
How are Viruses Classified?
3:44
DNA Viruses & RNA Viruses
3:45
Dead or Alive?
6:15
Viruses are Not Living Organisms
6:16
Viruses are Living Organisms
7:29
How do Viruses Reproduce?
9:04
Infecting Living Cells: Lytic Cycle and Lysogenic Cycle
9:05
Lysogenic Cycle
15:19
Lysogenic Cycle
15:20
Lytic Cycle
16:27
Lytic Cycle
16:28
Example 1: Describe the Basic Structure of a Virus
17:27
Example 2: Why are Viruses not Considered Living Organisms?
18:02
Example 3: Compare and Contrast DNA and RNA Viruses
18:46
Example 4: identify the Two Viral Reproductive Cycles in the Picture Below
19:56
V. Genetics
Genetics

46m 32s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:05
Objectives
0:06
Who is Gregor Mendel?
0:24
Gregor Mendel: 'Father of Genetics'
0:25
What is Genetics?
5:18
What is Genetics?
5:19
Heredity
5:33
Genes
5:40
Alleles
7:45
What is Meiosis?
9:25
Meiosis
9:26
What is Fertilization?
15:44
Fertilization
15:44
Mendel's Experiments
17:40
Mendel's Experiments
17:41
Dominant or Recessive?
22:56
Dominant Alleles
22:57
Recessive Alleles
23:49
How can Recessive Alleles be Shown?
26:00
Hybrids
26:15
Purebred
26:34
Diagram: Recessive Alleles
26:49
Punnett Squares
28:02
Punnett Squares
28:03
Genotype
32:03
Phenotype
32:44
True Breeding Green & True Breeding Yellow
33:40
Making a Punnett Square
35:11
Making a Punnett Square
35:12
Example 1: Why is Mendel Called the 'Father of Genetics'?
40:47
Example 2: What is the Difference Between Homozygous and Heterozygous?
41:46
Example 3: Describe the Parents and Possible Offspring of the Cross Shown by the Punnett Square
42:42
Example 4: Probability and Punnett Square
44:26
VI. Evolution
Evolution

23m 30s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:06
Objectives
0:07
Why Do Some Survive and Other Die?
0:34
Species
0:35
Evolution
1:09
Charles Darwin
3:19
Charles Darwin
3:20
Evolution
6:36
Evolution Overview
6:37
Vestigial Structures
7:11
Homologous Structures
8:18
More Evidence for Evolution
9:30
Mimicry
9:31
Fossils
11:18
Camouflage
11:56
Antibiotic-resistant Bacteria
12:51
Natural Selection
14:28
Natural Selection: 'Survival of the Fittest'
14:29
Example of Natural Selection
16:58
Example 1: Homologous Structures and the Origin of Species
18:57
Example 2: What are Vestigial Structures
20:25
Example 3: What Adaptation Helps Organisms to Blend into Their Environment to Protect Them From Predators?
21:24
Example 4: How Does This Illustration Depict Evolution?
21:47
VII. Ecology
Ecology

13m 52s

Intro
0:00
Objectives
0:06
Objectives
0:07
What is Ecology?
0:25
What is Ecology?
0:26
Ecological Organization
0:41
Individual
0:42
Population
1:19
Community
1:33
Ecosystem
1:45
Biome
1:59
Biosphere
2:11
Ecological Organization
2:18
Diagram: Levels of Ecological Organization
2:19
What Does an Ecosystem Look Like?
4:01
What Does an Ecosystem Look Like?
4:02
Prairie Ecosystem: Abiotic and Biotic Factors
4:49
What Part of Earth is the Biosphere?
6:03
What Part of Earth is the Biosphere?
6:04
What are the Major Biomes?
7:20
Desert
7:45
Forest
8:04
Taiga
8:46
Tundra
8:59
Grasslands
9:18
Mountains
9:26
Map of Major Biomes
9:40
Example 1: Name the Six Levels of Ecological Organization
10:12
Example 2: How is a Community Different From an Ecosystem?
11:22
Example 3: Give Examples of Biotic and Abiotic Factors
12:47
Example 4: Name the Type of Biome Shown in the Picture Below
13:29
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Post by Cody Pine on May 19, 2014

is there a way where you can add a fastplay feature (2x) for quick review

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Post by Jaish Mishra on February 8, 2014

"Hard outer skeleton" is Known as exoskeleton

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Post by Jorge Sardinas on July 6, 2013

interesting
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Cnidarians

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Objectives 0:06
    • Objectives
  • What are Cnidarians? 0:25
    • What are Cnidarians?
  • Examples of Cnidarians 3:01
    • Examples of Cnidarians
  • Common Characteristics 3:40
    • Stingers
    • Organ and Tissue Level
    • Two Cell Layers: Ectoderm and Endoderm
    • Radial Symmetry
  • Two Body Forms 7:09
    • Two Body Forms Overview
    • Polyps
    • Medusa
  • Jellyfish 10:26
    • Jellyfish
  • Corals 12:06
    • Corals
  • Sea Anemones 13:44
    • Sea Anemones
  • Portuguese man-of-war 15:01
    • Portuguese man-of-war
  • Hydras 16:08
    • Hydras
  • Example 1: Name the Two Benefits of Stinging Tentacles for Cnidarians 16:46
  • Example 2: Which Body Form has Tentacles that Point Downward? 17:31
  • Example 3: Name a Type of Cnidarians that Forms Colonies 18:22
  • Example 4: How Does This Animal Reproduce? 18:51
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