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This animation compares the life cycles of mosses and ferns, helping to understand the general life cycle of plants.
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Our gametes are haploid cells produced from diploid cells by meiosis, a special type of cell division.
Mitosis is the process by which a eukaryotic cell divides into two cells and the number of chromosomes remains unchanged.
This animation demonstrates the anatomy of tulips, daffodils and snowdrops.
Certain mushrooms are poisonous and can be fatal for humans when consumed, while others are edible and used widely in cooking.
The two groups of angiosperms are monocots and dicots.
The pericarp of real fruits develops from the carpel, while the pericarp of pseudofruits develops from other parts of flowers.
The animations demonstrates the structure of a typical flower.
Giant sequoias are the world's largest living organisms by mass.
One of the most important monocot crops.
A mushroom is the fleshy fruiting body of a fungus, made up from hyphae.
This 3D scene presents the flora and fauna of the last period of the Palaeozoic Era.
Dicotyledons have two embryonic leaves (cotyledons), while monototyledons have only one.
The development of mosses, ferns, gymnosperms and angiosperms is characterised by the alternation of generations.
These organs are vital for the survival and development of plants.
The layers of different types of forests may vary.
This animation shows how trees change throughout the seasons, demonstrated by the example of English oaks.
This animation demonstrates how horse chestnut trees change throughout the seasons
Based on their life cycle, insects can be grouped into three categories: ametabolous, hemimetabolous or holometabolous insects.