Plants provide us with so much — oxygen to breath, food to eat, materials to make clothing and paper, and beautiful flowers and leaves to admire! How can plants be so diverse and survive in so many kinds of climates? How do they know how to grow towards the sun? Why do some plants not have seeds? Explore the amazing and beautiful world of plants.
Do you know where the oxygen you breathe comes from? It is produced by plants during photosynthesis! Photosynthesis is a process that plants use to convert sunlight into energy for themselves to live and grow. You can do an experiment called the floating leaf disk assay to see photosynthesis in action. Can you spot the oxygen bubbles that make the plant leaves float? Written instructions are available on our website at…
It took over 30 years to create the perfect apple. Find out how scientists designed the Honeycrisp to be the best.
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Adventures through the Plant Kingdom- Part 4
Have you ever wanted to become an adventurer? In this virtual tour, you can join us as we explore the jungle found right at Cornell! We’ll explore the many different types of plants found there, and highlight the exciting, exotic, and important plants. You will see plants that make pretty flowers, a plant that doesn’t make roots, stems, or leaves, plants that make medicine, and plants that move! We will also learn how people study plants and learn…