Review of Simple Photosynthetic Organisms video

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Use this Science video entitled Review of Simple Photosynthetic Organisms to revise what we have studied in this series of online educational videos teaching about Simple Photosynthetic Organisms.

This online Science Video is the final video in the series on the subject of Simple Photosynthetic Organisms and it provides a summary review of the topic of Simple Photosynthetic Organisms and the complexities of nature, including adaptation, structure, and photosynthesis.

It discusses simple photosynthetic organisms such as algae, mosses, liverworts, and ferns and it enables the student to compare the advantages and disadvantages for plants of land-based and more moist environments.

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Review of Simple Photosynthetic Organisms video. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Learn about Simple Photosynthetic Organisms. Learn some of the complexities of nature, including adaptation, structure, and photosynthesis, from simple photosynthetic organisms such as algae, mosses, liverworts, and ferns.
  • Compare the advantages and disadvantages for plants of land-based and more moist environments.
  • Discover how the evolution of vascular systems helped plants survive on land.
  • Learn why some algae are in Kingdom Monera, some are in Kingdom Protista, and some are in Kingdom Plantae.
  • Discover the differences between members of Division Lycophyta, Division Sphenophyta, and Division Pterophyta.
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