This class is aimed at people interested in understanding the basic science of plant biology. In this four lecture series, we'll first learn about the structure-function of plants and of plant cells. Then we'll try to understand how plants grow and develop, making such complex structures as flowers. Once we know how plants grow and develop, we'll then delve into understanding photosynthesis - how plants take carbon dioxide from the air and water from soil, and turn this into oxygen for us to breathe
Understanding Plants - Part II: Fundamentals of Plant Biology
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The course does very good job for providing the planned content. However if you have already studied the field and want to have more deep understanding like I do, you need to look for other courses.
That was a pleasure to have such a passionate and interested in biology lecturer. I found course useful and interesting. Thank you dr. Chamovitz for let me being your student for last several weeks.
An interesting and informative course. A little challenging at times for those of us without a background in biology, but well presented and carefully explained. A very positive experience.
I loved the first course by professor Chamovitz, I loved his book "What a plant knows," and I loved this course too! His passion for plants is infectious. I can't wait for the next course.
Great introductionary course for basics of Plants Biology. The other Course course from Dean Chamovitz - "What a Plant Knows" is much more interesting, is has 70% of the same knowledge.
It was one of the best course from Coursera and Tel Aviv university. I enjoyed a lot. The content was very good for an agriculture student. The presentation was also good.
Quite interesting, deep course. The tutor seems to have put a lot of efforts to make it a great course as it is a one. I recommend it to botany and biology students
I would like to thank the course instructor and coursera for such an incredible course . It has truly helped me understand the plants biology and life process.
Very good. Each class is presented in a easy way, with short class, avoiding the course to become preachy, and with good classes about plant biotechnology
This course provides a wonderful glimpse into the world of plant biology and is delivered in a very approachable way by a clearly passionate speaker.
Always a pleasure to take courses with Professor Chamovitz. A passionate professor with a real talent for teaching . I highly recommend his courses.
An exellent review of what I studied in 9th grade botany with latest updates on latest genetic engineering methods being used in agriculture.
Love the clarity of the instructors deliver which is supported by great explanations and most importantly visual aids & demonstrations.
Really enjoyed this course. It cemented the biology learned in Part 1 and extended to a more detailed look at photosynthesis.
A very informative and well-resourced course, presented in brief, powerful lectures accompanied by clear slides and videos.
As well presented and informative as Part I. Thoroughly enjoyed the course and improved my understanding of plant biology
Some of the chemistry in this was a beyond my knowledge, but the course on a whole was very interesting and well taught
Very useful information presented well by a knowledgeable professor who keeps you interested in the course. Thank you
i would like to see more in depth lectures but this was a great intro, passionate professor, interesting material.
This Professor has great knowledge, presents it beautifully, and speaks clearly. Learning and enjoying his course.