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Challenging plants: Plant science

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An understanding of the structure and function of plants, the movement of materials through them and the chemical reactions that happen within them helps scientists to exploit the potential of plants.

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Challenging Plants: Pedagogical Overview

Resource Type: Handout

Duration 3 pages

Plant Science Linking Diagram

Resource Type: Handout

Duration 1 pages

Plant Experiments Linking Diagram

Resource Type: Handout

Duration 1 pages

Plant Structure and Function

Resource Type: Handout

Why Plants Need Nutrients

Resource Type: Handout

Duration 1 pages

Signs of Nutrient Deficiency

Resource Type: Handout

Duration 2 pages

An Introduction to Nutrient Cycles

Resource Type: Handout

Duration 2 pages

Carbon Cycle

Resource Type: Handout

Duration 2 pages

Nitrogen Cycle

Resource Type: Handout

Duration 2 pages

Phosphorus and Sulfur Cycles

Resource Type: Handout

Duration 2 pages

Making Compost

Resource Type: Handout

Duration 2 pages

Transport through Plants and Plant Cells

Resource Type: Handout

Duration 2 pages

Transport in Flowering Plants

Resource Type: Handout

Duration 4 pages

Why Passive Diffusion Happens – Entropy Considerations

Resource Type: Handout

Duration 2 pages

Why Passive Diffusion Happens – Free Energy Considerations

Resource Type: Handout

Duration 2 pages

Rate of Passive Diffusion

Resource Type: Handout

Photosynthesis: An Introduction

Resource Type: Handout

Duration 2 pages

Photosynthesis

Resource Type: Handout

Duration 2 pages

Rubisco and C4 Plants

Resource Type: Handout

Duration 2 pages

Harvesting Light

Resource Type: Handout

Duration 2 pages

Rate of Photosynthesis: Limiting Factors

Resource Type: Handout

Duration 2 pages

Rate of Photosynthesis: Environmental Factors

Resource Type: Handout

Duration 2 pages

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A more detailed account of photosynthesis. It links to the photosynthesis section in RSC resource Chemistry for biologists. It is also supported by the PowerPoint Farms, sensors and satellites that has a number of animations and video clips.