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So far on this channel, we’ve explored several topics related to biodiversity, and spent a month checking out invertebrates, which make up close to 95% http://mic.com/articles/141247/here-s-what-it-would-look-like-if-colleges-were-honest-about-campus-sexual-assault of all animal species on Earth. But what about species that aren’t animals? It’s time to zoom out from the animal kingdom and check out another kingdom of life on Earth.

This month is all about plants. [CHEERY INTRO THEME] Imagine http://www.self.com/story/these-fake-college-acceptance-letters-make-a-sobering-point-about-sexual-assault a place on the surface of Earth. Unless you thought of a certain polar region or some very harsh deserts or mountaintops, that place contains some plants. And plants are more than just widespread.

They’re one of the main reasons that other species are widespread too. Plants not only provide oxygen, but serve as the ultimate food source for most animals on land. But if we’re going to talk about plants, there are so many more things to discuss than just what they do https://thinkprogress.org/college-paper-ad-warns-prospective-students-that-rape-could-be-part-of-the-price-of-admission-d58052bab3da/ for other organisms. Plants are incredible in their own right, and possess so many stunning adaptations and life histories that we could never begin to detail them all.

So, for this Plant themed Lesson Plan, we’ll discuss some basic and advanced aspects of this remarkable group of organisms. Let’s start with the origin story. http://www.teenvogue.com/story/college-acceptance-letter-anti-rape-ad Most lines of evidence suggest that land plants are most closely related to green algae, and that both most likely evolved from a common ancestral alga.

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