Plants do have some remarkable abilities that can seem extraordinary. Today, we’ll give you 15 examples of plants with superpowers.
The butterfly lifecycle is a process of change and growth. It goes through four main stages: egg, caterpillar, chrysalis, and butterfly.
The evolution of the atomic model includes the Billiard Ball, Plum Pudding, Nuclear, Planetary, and Electron Cloud Models.
Laboratory apparatus are tools that enable scientists to conduct experiments, make measurements, and gather data in a controlled environment.
Eukaryotic cells are like complex apartments with rooms (organelles) enclosed by walls (membranes). Prokaryotic cells are like open studios.
Mitosis produces genetically identical cells for regular body functions. Meiosis creates genetically diverse cells for sexual reproduction.
Mitosis is like construction workers in your body. It builds new cells they need to make more of themselves for healing or growth.
Genetic diversity is like having a toolbox with lots of different tools. In living things, these tools are the variations in genes.
What are chloroplasts? You’ll learn about their function, location, structure, and the process of photosynthesis within chloroplasts.
Grouping animals into classes of vertebrates allows us to categorize the incredible diversity on Earth and their evolutionary histories.
Plants are composed of tissues, which are clusters of cells that work together to perform a function. Learn about plant tissue types & roles.
Mangroves are trees that grow in coastal areas where the land meets the sea. They have unique roots in saltwater and help protect erosion.
Plastic takes a really long time to decompose. For some items like plastic bottles and drinking straws, it can take hundreds of years.
The Koppen climate classification catalogs Earth’s types of environments, which include tropical, dry, temperate, continental, and polar.
In biology, we categorize life by how similar organisms are with each other. Like a family tree, we find relationships by their classification of life.