Vegetative propagation for Leaving Cert Biology revision .
Not to replace any textbook or teacher guidance. All icons from www.thenounproject.com Noun Pro member but wish to credit artists. Not for monetary gain or commercial use .Education supplementary resource.
A summary of double fertilisation. For Leaving Cert. Revision Aid only and not a replacement for any text book.
Photos used that are not my own were source using the Adobe app and are credited at the end of the video.
Amazing Photos as follows:
Bumblebee Full of Pollen Flying by audreyjm529 https://flic.kr/p/8vYFjW from Flickr website (Creative Commons)
Red-anther Wallaby Grass by Patrick_K59 https://flic.kr/p/pDzTXc
Flower Stigma Style by JmaesDeMers from Pixabay https://pixabay.com/photo-26061/
Bee Pollen Wing by PDPhotos Pixabay site.
Pollen Grains of Alcea Rosea by Alexey Kljatov (ChaoticMinds57) https://flic.kr/p/v6C6zp from Flickr site. (Creative Commons)
Pollen Factory at work by Alexey Kljatov (ChaoticMinds57) https://flic.kr/p/wnL9CM from Flickr
Liliy 04116274 by Ross Elliott ( Creative Commins) https://flic.kr/p/9zXaQP from Flickr
Orange Flower by Brendan De Brincat (Creative Commons)
https://flic.kr/p/5258MH at Flickr
Flower parts1 by brittgow https://flic.kr/p/8hXBsq at Flickr (Creative Commons)
Explosive Endosperm by Joel Penner https://flic.kr/p/5M9cnx at Flickr (Creative Commons)
Sequoia Seeds Nature by Klaber at Pixabay https://pixabay.com/photo-4941/
New Lives-MYD Coconut Seedlings by Jason Thien https://flic.kr/p/9RGsFi (Creative Commons ) at Flickr
Root Leek Vegetables by Hans https://pixabay.com/photo-5746/
This video is for entertainment purposes only and not for any monetary gain. It was made as an additional optional learning resource for my students. It does not replace any textbook or teacher guidance
For Leaving Cert-Use your book!
Photographs used in video were source using th Adobe app-I have checked the original sources and all are from www.flickr.com
I wish to credit the talent of the amazing photographers as follows:
Photo credits: Stamen of Field Scabious (Knautia L) with Pollen by Alexjey Kljatov
https://flic.kr/p/w48jpG (Creative Commons) credited at end of movie automatically by app.
Lilium Stamen by Sergey Urzhumskov
https://flic.kr/p/e2XLZ5 (Creative Commons) credited also at end of movie automatically by app.
Echinopsis Pollen by tdlucas5000 https://flic.kr/p/riJ22M
(Creative Commons) credited also at end of movie.
Pollen Factory at work by Alexey Kjatov https://flic.kr/p/wnL9CM
(Creative Commons) also credited at end of movie by app.
Pollen Grains of Alcea Rosea by Alexey Kljatov (ChaoticMind57) https://flic.kr/p/v6C6zp (Creative Commons)
These videos are not for any monetary gain and for entertainment purposes only. They were made to assist my students and are an optional additional resource. They do not replace any textbook or teacher guidance.
Improved narration-previous version was not pleasant to listen to! A learning curve making these videos. Female gamete and embryo sac formation for Leaving Cert-Ireland. Not for monetary gain-for entertainment purposes one and not a replacement for any book. All photos credited on video and thank you to all concerned. All icons from the www.thenounproject.com none altered.
Hank gets into the dirty details about vascular plant reproduction: they use the basic alternation of generations developed by nonvascular plants 470 million years ago, but they've tricked it out so that it works a whole lot differently compared to the way it did back in the Ordovician swamps where it got its start. Here's how the vascular plants (ferns, gymnosperms and angiosperms) do it.