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             In this video, David finds the
plants that have developed to shed their reliance on water enabling them to get
by in the driest conditions. We perceive how the first plants lived submerged,
how they vanquished land and how they made life for the various creatures
conceivable. The story starts at midnight as David enters the Princess of Wales
Conservatory to witness the exceptional night-time blossoming of a Cactus. A
few plants must survive due in crucial conditions and have discovered cool
tricks to continue living. The stockpile of weapons that a few plants need to
safeguard themselves from their condition is very interesting and astounding.
In an entrancing 3D moderate movement succession, we find the exceptional
associations amongst desert plants and their common pollinators: bats. The
scene exemplifies the one of a kind wonder of the 3D encounter as bats appear
to fly out of the screen and into the observers’ lounge room. As the sun rises,
David meets other stunning plants. Species like the Century Agave, which
develops relentlessly for more than 50 years, just to then blossom itself to
death with one strong utility pole measured sprout which actually burst out of
the top of Kew’s green house. Figuring out the code to plants’ survival systems
is the way to ensuring their future and Kew have assembled a high tech building
that stretches 97 kilometers south of the Gardens. Depicted as humankind’s
definitive protection approach, and with 10% as of now cryogenically housed,
the Kew Seed bank has ability to store seeds from each and every species of
plants on the planet, in this way guaranteeing no plant ever go terminated
again. All in all, this video is an ideal material for the BIOL 2043
course, as we learned some of the interesting facts which were already
discussed in the video. For an example, the adaptations to the dry atmosphere. Temperature
is one of the main factors that affects transpiration rate. In order to control
water loss, leafs have many adaptations. Some plants, which are also known as Succulent
plants have fleshy leaves. They protect the water, inside. Some have very thick
outer layer, which controls the transpiration. Some plants have spines. Some
plants try to reduce the water loss by having several kinds of shapes, which
are unique. Some have less surface areas. Anyways we should learn something. “Plants
are well prepared in every condition.” We should appreciate their beauty. We should
protect them. We should conduct more researches, in order to find more interesting
but mysterious facts. Anyways, all the three videos of Sir David Attenborough’s
are interesting and I think it is a very essential material for future BIOL2043