This program explores the remarkable world of plants - without them, no other life form would exist. It looks at characteristics of all living things, including cellular respiration, growing and repairing, responding to stimuli, taking nutrients from the environment, and reproduction - and emphasises how these occur in plants. Both sexual and asexual reproduction are covered and the role of chlorophyll, chloroplasts and sunlight is highlighted. The program also explores the form and vital functions of roots, stems and leaves. The junior program covers the material at a general, simpler level, which is suitable for lower/middle secondary levels. The senior program covers the material in more complex terms, and is pitched at students of senior biology.