Series: Transportation of Materials in Plants and Animals
Objective: To study about the components of blood and their functions Learning outcomes - students will be able to: 1. Name the different components of blood 2. List the various components of plasma 3. Describe how red blood cells help in the transport of gases 4. Explain the role of white blood cells in fighting pathogens 5. Discuss how platelets help control bleeding Show Less
Objective: To learn how the heart pumps blood in humans. Learning outcomes: Students will be able to 1. Explain how the human heart pumps blood. 2. Recall the internal structure of the heart. 3. Describe how carbon dioxide-rich blood is pumped through the heart. 4. Explain how the heart receives and pumps oxygen-rich blood. Show Less
Objective: To understand how the urinary system removes waste materials, and to learn about the organs of the human urinary system and how they help in excretion. Learning outcomes: Students will be able to 1. Describe how wastes are produced in the body . 2. Explain how urine is formed in the body. 3. Discuss how the organs of the urinary system remove the urine from the body. 4. Describe the location and morphology of organs of the human urinary system, and how they help in excretion. Show Less
Learn about the structure and functions of the human heart in this video, which outlines its different chambers and valves.
This video explains the process of food formation in the leaves through photosynthesis, and how it is transported to all the parts of the plant.
In this programme, students will understand the structure and function of the xylem and the phloem in plants.