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Black Women in the Public Sphere: Black Women in Higher Education

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Exploring African American women as a potent force within American politics, culture, and society, this new series serves as a platform where visionary black female leaders can discuss their work and how the country might move forward in these complicated times. We begin with higher education, welcoming Valerie Smith, president of Swarthmore College, who speaks with Robert Reid-Pharr, distinguished professor of English at the GC and director of the Institute for Research on the African Diaspora in the Americas and the Caribbean.

Presented on April 16, 2018, by GC Public Programs and the Institute for Research on the African Diaspora in the Americas and the Caribbean.

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Science education for kids: “How do plants dance?”

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How do plants dance? That was the question that students of a local elementary school in Klosterneuburg were exploring in their research project at IST Austria. For a few weeks they took on the role of plant biologists, observing the development of thale cress, beans and other plants from embryo to plant. The kids were supported by IST Austria scientists during the entire science education project.

Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants | #aumsum #kids #education #science #learn

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Our topic for today is Sexual reproduction in flowering plants.
Let us learn about the male and female reproductive parts of flowering plants.
Stamen is the male reproductive part of the flower.
It consists of the anther and the filament.
The anther produces pollen grains.
Each matured pollen grain contains a tube cell consisting of a tube nucleus and two male gametes.
Carpel is the female reproductive part of the flower.
Top part of the carpel is called the stigma.
Stigma is supported by the style.
Base part of the carpel is the ovary.
Ovary contains one or more ovules.
Each ovule has a female gamete.
Flowers that contain both male and female reproductive parts are called bisexual flowers.
Hibiscus and rose are some examples of bisexual flowers.
Flowers that contain either male or female reproductive parts are called unisexual flowers.
Papaya and watermelon are some examples of unisexual flowers.
For fertilization to take place, pollen grains need to be transferred from the stamen to the stigma.
If the transfer of pollen grain takes place in the same flower, then it is called self pollination.
If the transfer of pollen grain takes place from one flower to another, then it is called cross pollination.
This transfer of pollen grains is done by wind, water, insects or animals.
After the pollen grain lands on the stigma, the tube cell produces a pollen tube through the style into the ovule.
The male gametes travel along with the tube nucleus through the pollen tube.
After they reach the ovule, one of the male gametes fuses with the female gamete leading to fertilization.
Fertilization leads to the formation of zygote.
The other male gamete fuses with the polar nuclei to eventually form endosperm.
The zygote divides multiple times to form an embryo within the ovule.
The endosperm provides nourishment to the embryo.
Eventually, the ovule develops and turns into a seed.

Parts of a Plant | Videos for Kids | #aumsum #kids #education #science #plants

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Our topic for today is Parts of a Plant.
A plant has many different parts that perform various functions.
The 2 main parts of the plant are the root and shoot.
Root usually grows under the ground while shoot usually grows above the ground.
The shoot has different parts called the stem, leaves, flowers and fruits.
The stem is the stalk of the plant.
It helps the plant to stand upright.
It carries water and minerals from the roots to the leaves and carries food prepared by the leaves to the different parts of the plant.
Branches are parts that grow from the stem.
Leaves grow on the stem and branches.
They are usually green due to the presence of chlorophyll, which helps them to prepare food.
Leaves have small openings called stomata, through which plants take in and give out air.
Flowers are the reproductive parts of the plant.
They come in different shapes, sizes and colours.
By the process of pollination, many flowers develop into delicious fruits, which are eaten by us.
Roots help to anchor the plant to the ground.
They absorb the water and minerals required for the growth of the plant.