The plant kingdom is full of fascinating organisms that are responsible for much of what keeps life going. Find out just what’s going on under the surface of the weird and wonderful world of plants. Quick confession: we couldn’t possibly hope to cover the entire plant kingdom, so we’ve focused mostly on flowering plants.



Showing 10 result(s)

How IAA, the most common form of auxin, works

This animation explores the action of indole-3-acetic acid (IAA), the most common form of auxin, and looks at how scientists used experimental evidence to explain the role of auxins in a phototrophic response....

How IAA, the most common form of auxin, works Presentation

This presentation, using stills from the animation about the action of IAA, is produced without any text making it useful for teaching and revision.


This poster showing the detailed processes of photosynthesis is suitable for post-16 students.

What’s in that cell?

Use our downloadable cards to check knowledge of the organelles in different types of cell.

These cards help students to compare and contrast the four major types of cells (plant, animal, fungal, bacterial...