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Vascular Plants = Winning! - Crash Course Biology #37

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Hank introduces us to one of the most diverse and important families in the tree of life - the vascular plants. These plants have found tremendous success and the their secret is also their defining trait: conductive tissues that can take food and water from one part of a plant to another part. Though it sounds simple, the ability to move nutrients and water from one part of an organism to another was a evolutionary breakthrough for vascular plants, allowing them to grow exponentially larger, store food for lean times, and develop features that allowed them to spread farther and faster. Plants dominated the earth long before animals even showed up, and even today hold the world records for the largest, most massive, and oldest organisms on the planet. Crash Course Biology is now available on DVD! http://dft.ba/-8bCC Like CrashCourse @ http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Follow CrashCourse @ http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Table of Contents 1) 3 Tissue Types 02:37 2) Primary Growth 03:04 3) Secondary Growth 03:28 4) Dermal Tissue 04:47 a) Epidermis 04:54 5) Parenchyma Cells 05:39 6) Vascular Tissue 05:58 7) Xylem 05:58 8) Collenchyma 07:10 9) Sclerenchyma 07:35 10) Ground Tissue 08:25 a) Mesophyll 08:17 b) Photosynthesis 08:47 11) Phloem 09:54 References http://www.uic.edu/classes/bios/bios100/lecturesf04am/lect17.htm http://www.deseretnews.com/article/700071982/Central-Utahs-Pando-worlds-largest-living-thing-is-threatened-scientists-say.html?pg=all http://www.popsci.com/science/article/2012-02/200000-year-old-patch-seagrass-worlds-oldest-living-organism crashcourse, biology, vascular plant, plant, successful, diversity, diverse, conductive tissue, evolution, growth, largest, most massive, oldest, dermal tissue, vascular tissue, ground tissue, photosynthesis, sprout, germination, primary growth, herbaceous, secondary growth, woody tissue, organ, root, stem, meristem, leaf, epidermis, cuticle, trichomes, root hairs, parenchyma, cortex, xylem, evapotranspiration, collenchyma, sclerenchyma, lignin, mesophyll, chloroplasts, stomata, phloem, sieve cells, sieve-tube elements, internal pressure, diffusion Support CrashCourse on Subbable: http://subbable.com/crashcourse
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Magic Music (8 days ago)
I've almost watched all 40 videos in preparation for my biology keystone test.
Ethan Raughley (21 days ago)
actually it smells like vanilla
Juan Pablo Pedroza (24 days ago)
Wow, pressure differences cause the water in the plant to defy gravity and move up? I wish pressure could do the same to my grades.
Khizer tutorial tv (27 days ago)
This is a good method of teaching. I want to adopt in my videos Nice sir.
Kerry Kingsley (1 month ago)
I heard that the largest organism in the world was a fungus, not a redwood.
William Churchman (1 month ago)
anyone else here in 2019? XD
Tasnem Hatem (1 month ago)
Plz answer me I have an exam and can u pkz hurry n making the new vd cuz I hava an exam next week 2 😭😭♥️
Tasnem Hatem (1 month ago)
How can plant in the sea breathe??
Jamaiya Penn (1 month ago)
loved this scenery!!
Nina Charlery (2 months ago)
I love it.😄😄😄😄
Tina Ayne (2 months ago)
these videos got me through high school and now they're getting me through uni
Does anyone have a fully labeled leaf cross-section?
maf m (2 months ago)
I love your videos they are funny and easy to understand I love watching your videos to study science
Name Here (2 months ago)
Sclerenchyma cells in wood (fibers and tracheary elements) proper do not get pushed out when new wood layers form. They remain inside the stem.
poppy (2 months ago)
I don’t get this shet
Matiko Tiko (2 months ago)
what a nice explanation
Chastelle Bennett (2 months ago)
At 1:08 there is a typo, should say “non vascular plants” Still love you though Hank!
Ethan Vance (2 months ago)
Two things: One, I don't like when he says "by Zeus's beard" because nothing in Greek mythology actually happened. Two, EVOLUTION NEVER HAPPENED!!! God created everything how it is now.
Andrew J. (2 months ago)
So vascular weeds first appeared 420 million years ago? Nice.
Umakant Yadav (3 months ago)
Kya bol rhe ho yar
Aybüke Gökçe Yavaş (3 months ago)
They teach this stuff to us in our seniour year. (Yup, I mean in highschool). I have been trying to find a decent vid on the subject but I couldn't find it in my language which is Turkish. This vid just saved my life for real. The final exam, here I come! Thank you for the vid!
James Foster (3 months ago)
You are awesome
kamilladoc (3 months ago)
Thanks man
Lizzy Siglin (3 months ago)
1:18
VampireDucks (4 months ago)
The largest organism in the world is actually not a redwood or any other plant. It's a fungus. The giant honey mushroom in Oregon.
r/storytime (4 months ago)
is there a buzz tree ?
swati karia (5 months ago)
root hair is the extension of epidermal cell
Princess Pinto (5 months ago)
ah yes the super strong cells made from ligma
Sneppy Del (5 months ago)
LIGMABALLS
Xavier (5 months ago)
Plants = winning - Vegans = losing.
Miranda No Michi (5 months ago)
I’m not even in school currently, but I always find myself watching these videos ❤️
gamer text (5 months ago)
Im in class 7 and this topic is in my syllabus
DangerHevezi (6 months ago)
Uneven shave
wareesha nadeem (6 months ago)
throw a like ..........hanks a great man in bio
hob (6 months ago)
You have no clue how grateful I am for these videos they help me to understand bio from a different voice and you're so entertaining as well. Thank you Hank :")
katie bishop (6 months ago)
bouta fail my plant midterm tomorrow np tho
rainman (6 months ago)
wow
jay stick (6 months ago)
I think it’s actually the Jeffrey pine that’s scented. Usually the areas where ponderosa grow are logged and the Jeffrey survive because they shouldn’t be milled. They are too flammable. They are almost identical. Almost.
PaulEx (7 months ago)
That's not yarrow. It's something in the carrot family.
J Evans101 (7 months ago)
Beastly introduction as always :O
Garrett Lacey (7 months ago)
Bark covered vines are called what? Thanks.
Fardin Khan (7 months ago)
Non-Vegans be like: ( ͡◉ ͜ʖ ͡◉)
Cass ag (5 months ago)
Uh.huh u rigjt
ibrahim nazir (7 months ago)
I'm a plant and I love this video ,I wood love to be featured in the next one
haley foard (7 months ago)
great video!
Elizabeth Iyambo (8 months ago)
damn you good..I have been missing out a lot. from now on, I'm aiming for As.
Amazing video and remarkable effort¡¡ <3
Trishal Muthan (8 months ago)
Damn so basically we got lucky af
Nisha Trivedi (8 months ago)
nice vedio and nice information about plants
Rica Rants (9 months ago)
Why does some of the plant parts sound like our body parts?
Maggie ambrosino (9 months ago)
Hank you are the best Too many other foreign commentators too hard to understand or others too slow. You make it all make sense!!
Charlestone 17 (9 months ago)
*_LMAO AT _**_2:08_**_ why is there a largemouth bass in the "Mediterranean Sea"???_*
Matthew Niedbala (9 months ago)
Stop with the yarrow lol
Happy Cat (9 months ago)
As Hank started to express appreciation for plants toward the end of the video I was just like, I want to date this person.
Mazhar Abbas Bukhari (10 months ago)
sir u can copy trump too well ,also try it
Aksh Jain (10 months ago)
I can't say how to react after seeing this video.Really awesome😎😎😎😎😎
Daniella Collison (11 months ago)
if only you were my lecturer at uni!!!
Omeesha Krishnan (11 months ago)
WARNING , CAUTION : trypophobia triggers in this video ( and generally this whole section of biology)
Nashra Bodoraya (11 months ago)
“A kill ya” plant Achilles used to heal wounds of soldiers 😂😂😂😂😂
Katrina Garcia (11 months ago)
Tony rodriguez
Ovid Osophire (1 year ago)
he squashed his nose on the tree in the beginning and it made me laugh so hard
N&W 2156 Y6a (1 year ago)
butterscotch pine
inbox0000 (1 year ago)
Wix are annoying hipster cheeseballs
Minisushi 1212 (1 year ago)
112 non vascular plants disliked this video
Farya Arshad (1 year ago)
conductive tissues take food and water from one part to another meristems create new growth, support leaf leaf gas exchange occurs waxy outer layer cuticle in epidermis, helps prevent water loss cells that make dermal tissue are parenchyma negative pressure inside the xylem as water evaporates which draws more water upward collenchyma help hold up plant body ground tissues have chloroplasts glucose is loaded into sieve cells (phloem)
Drongo (1 year ago)
You made Biology fun...I thought that was impossible! YOU GET A LIKE FROM ME! :)
Lol its dead on top.
Tayyaba Nudrat (1 year ago)
GREAT ITS REALLY FUN SEEING CRASH COURSE THAN STUDING THROUGH BOOKS
Elizabeth Picado (1 year ago)
Please make a type of fruit video... for example drupe, berry etc
Milo Parker (1 year ago)
Actually love how you talk fast btw, cause aint nobody have time for a droning voice.
Joseph Acho (1 year ago)
He looks like someone who got bullied as a child and was beaten by his parents. Just saying
Arunabh Mishra (1 year ago)
Awesome man!
alex smith (1 year ago)
I'm not kidding when I say this channel literally saves my high school career.
Ellie Sullivan (1 year ago)
I basically owe my entire biology degree to crash course
I hope this counts as studying for my Biology exam
Anne-Marie Robinson (1 year ago)
It would be great if these came in a downloadable audio format... Like a Podcast. Great review for when I'm biking to school or walking the dog or even just making lunch in the morning before a big test. Cheers, Anne-Marie
Luar Zaragoza (1 year ago)
"smells like butterscotch"
shavacadoo (1 year ago)
That wasn't yarrow
Chrissen Gemmill (1 year ago)
vascular plants are not a FAMILY!
Ano N. Ymous (1 year ago)
Dicots have vessels and tracheids and monocots lack vessels, how come the tallest tree is a monocot? What's their secret?
ice cream (1 year ago)
_Stop scrolling and concentrate on what Hank's sayin'!!_
STTNGfan15 (1 month ago)
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Yo Dude (2 months ago)
no
the insane gamer pro (3 months ago)
Same thing as Peter salucci
J (3 months ago)
OKAY. So damn bossy. :(
Peter Salucci (10 months ago)
ice cream Uh the adds were on..... but thx for reminding me
ice cream (1 year ago)
So effing tired of comments like "you talk too fast please speak slower" on Crash Course vids *For the last time people you* *_CAN_* *adjust the speed in the settings!!!!*
Luca (1 year ago)
Taetae? Taetae.
MliffinDnuder (1 year ago)
At least they are saying please XD Besides it shouldn't bother you lol. Just ignore it or whatever.
Shah Consulting (1 year ago)
this immature white man demeans Biology by presenting lessons in Biology in such a geeky and moronic manner! he should be taken out and made to collect garbage instead.
Acount Faker (11 months ago)
this "immature white man" as you call him (why you need to bring race into the equation is beyond me) makes Biology easy to understand and relatable to not only the youth, but to all those who are not advanced in biological terms yet. I would rather that biology be taught like this in schools, so students can understand what they are learning, than just forcing them to repeat the same words they do not understand in an effort to memorize the work. This teaching style also makes the subject interesting so students are more likely to do self-research on related topics that they do not yet understand. Sorry I know this was posted 3 months ago but I, as an upcoming biology teacher, do not agree with your conservative views as there are simpler and more effective ways to carry over information to whoever needs to receive it . Personally I think this "immature white man" is nailing it.
Stacy Fisher (1 year ago)
Running through crash course 2018
Bob Vesting (1 year ago)
You are the man u take something so mine nummin and make it fun ...the only thing just please slow down a bit ...but ty for not make it a snore fest
Flaming Ravie (1 year ago)
I’ve been attending a science class and the topic was vascular plants. Thanks for giving me an idea!
Neonas Rock (1 year ago)
Oddly made me hungry
mSCI (1 year ago)
Great video as usual, but isn't a huge fungus in Oregon the largest organism in the world, not a redwood tree? I think you said that in your fungus video.
K (1 year ago)
I am not supposed to be watching this, I'm not - I'm not! I should be studying for Physics. I cannot help it.
Jazzi Mae Villablanca (1 year ago)
do you have app for offline users?
nyi lever (1 year ago)
Was the vascular system the same a billion year ago?
Azzy Moore (1 year ago)
Cramming at the last minute
Ellette Foucher (1 year ago)
can you speak slower
Ellette Foucher (1 year ago)
hi
Ravi Shashwath (1 year ago)
largest organism is not the red wood it is honey fungus
Noah Trist (1 year ago)
Very informative
Mohamed Osman (1 year ago)
jk he says congrats
Mohamed Osman (1 year ago)
BE MY TEACHER PLS
Soraya Lamochi (1 year ago)
pfff i love plants
THANDA M NGOZI (1 year ago)
Thank you so much I feel to have been Blessed beyond measure to have found someone who makes science so simple as you do..... May God Bless you more for your tutoring....
Justin Todd (1 year ago)
Unfortunately he completely neglects fungi when making amazing claims about plants
Kyle Fahey (1 year ago)
2 CORRECTIONS: 1. the big one- plants have 2 organs! the shoot and roots. leaves, flowers, tubers, and others are modified stems (Yes even the flower, I've spoken to my professor with a PHD in Plant biology and my professor with a PHD in Horticulture) roots have meristems as well as shoot meristems; known by most as the Shoot Apical Meristem (SAM) and Root Apical Meristem (RAM). I'm from a botany class, so maybe I'm biased, but if we're gonna teach the kids all the complex organ systems of animals then we better teach them the 2 simple organs of plants. other than that, good work, and never stop making mistakes and improving. B- for getting some stuff right though.

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