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Ch 33: Plant & Fungi Structures & Functions

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Watch these lessons to improve your knowledge of the cell structures of plants, the different functional of nonvascular plants and vascular plants, different types of fungi, and the reproduction of plants and fungi.

Plants & Fungi Structures & Functions - Chapter Summary

Use these short, engaging and mobile-device-friendly lesson videos to study the structures and functions of plants and fungi. Each lesson is taught by one of our expert instructors, who will help you review:

  • Different cell structures of plants
  • Examples and characteristics of nonvascular plants
  • Types and characteristics of vascular plants
  • Characteristics and types of fungi
  • Properties of angiosperms
  • Functions and structures of the stomata

After each lesson video, read its lesson transcript to reinforce your retention of the information presented. Then, take the lesson's quiz to test your understanding of the material. When you discover a topic you don't understand, use the video tags to go back to and review the sections of the lessons that explained them, or ask our instructors for assistance using the teacher tabs of the lessons.

7 Lessons in Chapter 33: Plant & Fungi Structures & Functions
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Plant Cell Structures: The Cell Wall and Central Vacuole

1. Plant Cell Structures: The Cell Wall and Central Vacuole

In this lesson, we'll talk about some of the things that make plant cells so different from our cells. In addition to being mean, green photosynthesizing machines, plant cells have cell walls and central vacuoles to make them unique!

Nonvascular Plants: Examples, Definition & Characteristics

2. Nonvascular Plants: Examples, Definition & Characteristics

This lesson will explore the world of a small and simple type of plant known as a nonvascular plant. We'll also discuss types of nonvascular plants and their importance in the environment.

Vascular Plants: Examples, Types & Characteristics

3. Vascular Plants: Examples, Types & Characteristics

This lesson will explore the characteristics of a large group of plants known as vascular plants. The lesson will also focus on the different types of vascular plants and unique examples.

What are Fungi? - Types and Characteristics

4. What are Fungi? - Types and Characteristics

In this lesson, we will examine the group of organisms known as the fungi. This group includes the familiar organisms mushrooms, yeasts and molds. We will look at several major characteristics of fungi, as well as a few disease-causing fungi.

The Diversity of Fungi

5. The Diversity of Fungi

The Fungi Kingdom is unique and quite diverse. In this video lesson, you'll learn about the different groups of fungi and see how fungi are much more than just mushrooms and molds!

Angiosperms: Characteristics, Definition & Examples

6. Angiosperms: Characteristics, Definition & Examples

Flowering plants are also known as angiosperms. In this lesson, we will explore this vast group of plants to learn what sets them apart from other types of plants and how they survive.

Stomata of Plants: Function, Definition & Structure

7. Stomata of Plants: Function, Definition & Structure

Did you know that plants 'breathe' through their leaves? Tiny openings called stomata allow plants to exchange gases necessary for cellular processes, such as photosynthesis.

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