How plants move

United Kingdom, 1974

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Episode of Series “E.F.V.A. Primary Botany”.
Uses plants such as cress, beans, shamrocks and marrows to illustrate plant responses to light, gravity, water, day and night and touch. Time-lapse photography shows plant movements in detail. Gives a close-up examination of the trapping action of the venus fly-trap. Suitable for upper primary and lower secondary levels.

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Peter Boulton

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Boulton-Hawker Films



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E.F.V.A. Primary Botany

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