[Coursera] What A Plant Knows (Daniel Chamovitz, Tel Aviv University)
Daniel Chamovitz

Coursera-What-Plants-know (108 files)
00/about.mp4 2.82MB
01/1_1_introduction.mp4 6.24MB
01/1_2_Our_life-and_plants.mp4 12.84MB
01/1_3_plant-biology.mp4 4.78MB
01/1_4_plants_food_security.mp4 6.29MB
01/1_5_major_themes-in-plant-biology.mp4 8.06MB
01/1_6_Scientific_Process.mp4 5.68MB
01/1_7_Evolution_of_plant_structure_senses.mp4 10.12MB
01/1_8_plant_evolution.mp4 15.59MB
01/subtitles/1_1_introduction.srt 6.49kB
01/subtitles/1_2_Our_life-and_plants.srt 11.10kB
01/subtitles/1_3_plant-biology.srt 5.04kB
01/subtitles/1_4_plants_food_security.srt 6.52kB
01/subtitles/1_5_major_themes-in-plant-biology.srt 7.03kB
01/subtitles/1_6_Scientific_Process.srt 5.88kB
01/subtitles/1_7_Evolution_of_plant_structure_senses.srt 8.90kB
01/subtitles/1_8_plant_evolution.srt 14.17kB
02/2_1_Introduction.mp4 7.13MB
02/2_2_Darwins_experiment.mp4 11.00MB
02/2_3_Light_and_flowering.mp4 8.60MB
02/2_4_Phytochrome.mp4 10.87MB
02/2_5_Arabidopsis-blind-mutants.mp4 12.25MB
02/2_6_What-Plant-sees.mp4 8.01MB
02/2_7_molecular-biology-of-plant-vision.mp4 11.81MB
02/clip-2-7.mp4 2.21MB
02/subtitles/2_1_Introduction.srt 8.39kB
02/subtitles/2_2_Darwins_experiment.srt 9.81kB
02/subtitles/2_3_Light_and_flowering.srt 10.40kB
02/subtitles/2_4_Phytochrome.srt 10.80kB
02/subtitles/2_5_Arabidopsis-blind-mutants.srt 12.49kB
02/subtitles/2_6_What-Plant-sees.srt 8.07kB
02/subtitles/2_7_molecular-biology-of-plant-vision.srt 11.60kB
02/Tropism Experiment by Cameron Wright.MP4 4.81MB
03/3_1_introduction-cell.mp4 7.76MB
03/3_2_Lock-and-key.mp4 4.43MB
03/3_3_ethylene-ripening.mp4 9.55MB
03/3_4_mechanism-ethylene.mp4 8.54MB
03/3_5_Plant-Communication-example-1.mp4 9.32MB
03/3_6_Plant_Communication-Example-2.mp4 7.79MB
03/3_7_Inter-and-Intra-communication.mp4 12.23MB
03/subtitles/3_1_introduction-cell.srt 10.85kB
03/subtitles/3_2_Lock-and-key.srt 5.20kB
03/subtitles/3_3_ethylene-ripening.srt 11.11kB
03/subtitles/3_4_mechanism-ethylene.srt 10.48kB
03/subtitles/3_5_Plant-Communication-example-1.srt 8.61kB
03/subtitles/3_6_Plant_Communication-Example-2.srt 9.29kB
03/subtitles/3_7_Inter-and-Intra-communication.srt 15.01kB
03/Tomato and dodder plant.mp4 4.73MB
04/4_01_Introduction to the Human Mechano-Sensory System.mp4 13.56MB
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abstract= {For centuries we have collectively marveled at plant diversity and form—from Charles Darwin’s early fascination with stems and flowers to Seymour Krelborn’s distorted doting in Little Shop of Horrors. This course intends to present an intriguing and scientifically valid look at how plants themselves experience the world—from the colors they see to the sensations they feel. Highlighting the latest research in genetics and more, we will delve into the inner lives of plants and draw parallels with the human senses to reveal that we have much more in common with sunflowers and oak trees than we may realize. We’ll learn how plants know up from down, how they know when a neighbor has been infested by a group of hungry beetles, and whether they appreciate the music you’ve been playing for them or if they’re just deaf to the sounds around them. We’ll explore definitions of memory and consciousness as they relate to plants in asking whether we can say that plants might even be aware of their surroundings. This highly interdisciplinary course meshes historical studies with cutting edge modern research and will be relevant to all humans who seek their place in nature. 

This class has three main goals: 1. To introduce you to basic plant biology by exploring plant senses (sight, smell, hearing, touch, taste, balance). 2. To introduce you to biological research and the scientific method. 3. To get the student to question life in general and what defines us as humans.

Once you've taken this course, if you are interested in a more in-depth study of plants, check out my follow-up course, Fundamentals of Plant Biology (https://www.coursera.org/learn/plant-biology/home/welcome).

In order to receive academic credit for this course you must successfully pass the academic exam on campus. For information on how to register for the academic exam – https://tauonline.tau.ac.il/registration

Additionally, you can apply to certain degrees using the grades you received on the courses. Read more on this here – 
https://go.tau.ac.il/b.a/mooc-acceptance

Teachers interested in teaching this course in their class rooms are invited to explore our Academic High school program here – https://tauonline.tau.ac.il/online-highschool

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