Explore Plant Biology Using an Exciting Interactive Learning Tool!
Interactive Excitement in a Feature Packed Learning Tool

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Explore the fascinating story of how plants survive using the Interactive Plant Biology Explorer. Select the topic that you wish to explore and then hit the power button to zoom off to views of the root, stems, leaves, flowers and seeds that lead to even more interesting facts. Each plant system is illustrated in detail with descriptions giving even more information.

Tap a button access interesting data about each of the topics which include plant and animal cells, differences between both types of cells, sexual and asexual reproduction, structures involved in photosynthesis and meiosis -- all presented in an interactive format.

Tap the info button to read interesting facts about each important each topic. Teachers will really like this app. After students have read about the plant structures, they can tap the quiz button to measure their reading comprehension. In addition to the quiz there is also a word game that helps students review the information presented.

Charts and graphs are used to present cross-sectional views and information about roots, stems and leaves, flowers and seeds. Interactive Plant Biology Explorer is available for iOS and tvOS devices. It is just beautiful on a big screen TV and would be a wonderfully exciting tool in any science classroom.

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Special features make using the Interactive Plant Biology Explorer fun:

1. Tap buttons to learn about roots, stems and leaves, flowers, seeds and more.

2. interesting facts are presented using charts and graphs.

3. Tap the quiz or game buttons to practice what you've learned.

4. Read about some of the amazing features of each planet.

5. Sound effects make the interaction even more fun.

6. Available for iPad, and Apple TV devices.

Available now for Apple TV

Bring the excitement of exploring Plant Biology to your classroom or living room with the Apple TV version of the Interactive Plant Biology Explorer.