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Study the Science of Plants at Home
Learn the Science of Plants, plant structure and plant growth; through self paced home study.

The course contains the basis of plant science, and is an introduction to plant physiology and taxonomy, covering general botany including morphology and anatomy. Lessons cover: taxonomic classification of plants; cells and tissues; specific vegetative parts of a plant; flowers and fruit; seed and the developing embryo; photosynthesis and growing plants; respiration; the role of water; movement of water and assimilates through a plant; the effects of growth movements.

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Type:Courses
Method:Online
Duration:100 Hour
Requirements:None

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Lesson Structure

There are 10 lessons in this course:

Taxonomic Classification of Plants
Cells and Tissues
Specific Vegetative Parts of a Plant
Flowers and Fruit
Seed and the Developing Embryo
Photosynthesis and Growing Plants
Respiration
The Role of Water
Movement of Water and Assimilates through a Plant
The Effects of Tropisms and Other Growth Movements

Each lesson culminates in an assignment which is submitted to the school, marked by the school's tutors and returned to you with any relevant suggestions, comments, and if necessary, extra reading.
Aims

Understand the relationship between the scientific principles of this unit and horticultural practices
Demonstrate a knowledge of the Plant Kingdom and understanding of the taxonomic hierarchy
Identify and describe the different types of plant cells and tissues, their structure and function
Determine the role and function of specific vegetative parts of the plant
Determine the role and function of the reproductive parts of the plant
Demonstrate an understanding of the role and function of the seed in the life cycle of the plant
Explain the mechanism and the role of photosynthesis in the metabolism of plants and relate to plant growth in controlled environments
Explain the mechanism and the role of respiration in the metabolism of plants
Demonstrate an understanding of the role of water in the plant
Review the movement of water, solutes and assimilates through the plant
Explain the effects of tropisms and other plant movements on growth and development
Undertake risk assessments relevant to the learning outcomes in this unit

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ACS DIstance Education

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