(PRWEB) March 26, 2015
"In America," the popular news television program that airs in numerous markets throughout the United States that is hosted by legendary film actor James Earl Jones, has announced that it will address the topic of botany in an upcoming segment.
Botany is commonly described as the scientific study of plants, though in reality it is actually quite a bit more complicated than that. Scientists and other professionals study a wide range of different types of living organisms, from the smallest bacteria known to man to the largest trees that grow in our forest. The logic is that by doing so, we are in a much better position to fully understand both how those plans affect our lives on a daily basis, along with how we affect theirs.
Botanists regularly study organisms like flowering plans, lichens, fungi, moss, algae and more in an attempt to unlock the secrets of our planet. Many botanists around the country are making significant breakthroughs and are unlocking new information that will benefit us all.
"In America" is distributed across the United States on Public Television Stations. It is an exclusively independent production and is not affiliated with APT or PBS in any way, nor is it a production of those entities. If you'd like to find out more about the upcoming segment on botany or are just looking for more information about "In America" in general, please visit the show's official website at http://www.inamericatv.com today.