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The Anatomy of the Udder
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(Penn State Media Sales, 1991), 21 mins, 21 page(s)
Introducing the anatomy behind milk production, this program explains the process by which dairy cows produce milk. It uses live animals, excised udders, and detailed diagrams to examine bovine lymph and blood circulatory systems, including their supportive and secreting tissues.
(Penn State Media Sales, 1991), 21 mins, 21 page(s)
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Animal Self-Awareness
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(Allegro Productions, 1998), 13 mins, 13 page(s)
This program visits a primate research center and a zoo where researchers investigate the extent of animal consciousness and intelligence. It follows research staff as they observe, record, and interpret the reactions of chimpanzees, monkeys, fish, and birds when they are confronted with their reflections in mirro...
(Allegro Productions, 1998), 13 mins, 13 page(s)
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Animal Structure
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(Coastline Community College, 2007), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
Looking at traits shared by most animals, this program shows how animals achieve motion promoted by a musculoskeletal system and maintain equilibrium through homeostasis and feedback.
(Coastline Community College, 2007), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
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AP Chemistry Exam Prep
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(Goldhil Home Media International, 2009), 55 mins, 55 page(s)
Featuring teacher’s guides, classroom notes, quizzes, games, and discussion questions, this DVD reviews topics in chemistry and prepares students for the AP chemistry examination. It offers test-taking tips and strategies. 2011 Communicator Awards.
(Goldhil Home Media International, 2009), 55 mins, 55 page(s)
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Arboriculture: Modern Tree Care
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(San Luis Video Publishing, 2001), 41 mins, 41 page(s)
Introducing the arboriculture profession, this program details safety requirements, looks at planting and staking of ornamental trees, considers climbing and pruning, covers lift-truck operation, and shows how to analyze tree problems. The DVD also demonstrates the duckbill root-anchoring system, explores the use...
(San Luis Video Publishing, 2001), 41 mins, 41 page(s)
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Are We Still Evolving?
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(Films Media Group, 2011), 50 mins, 50 page(s)
Featuring Alice Roberts, this DVD considers the ways in which technology may be driving human evolution. It looks at research studies regarding recent changes in the human genome and technology-induced alterations in the development of plant and animal species. The program also examines the significant role of dis...
(Films Media Group, 2011), 50 mins, 50 page(s)
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Art of Landscaping
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(CEV - Multimedia, 2004), 1 hour 52 mins, 112 page(s)
Hosted by Landscape Architect author Howard Garrett, this program offers an on-site field trip that explores the art of landscaping. It teaches how to work within a budget, covers site analysis, demolition, layout, grading, planting, irrigating, and lighting plans, and presents proper planting techniques.
(CEV - Multimedia, 2004), 1 hour 52 mins, 112 page(s)
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Atmospheric Circulation
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(Classroom Media, 1995), 25 mins, 25 page(s)
This DVD examines the causes of world wind patterns. It discusses convection, the Coriolis effect, conservation of momentum, and general atmospheric circulation and describes wind patterns.
(Classroom Media, 1995), 25 mins, 25 page(s)
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Atoms, Molecules, and Compounds
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(Films Media Group, 2010), 26 mins, 26 page(s)
This program introduces atoms, molecules, and compounds. It examines concepts related to the nucleus, including protons, neutrons, energy shells, binding energy, fission, and fusion, discusses electrons, including quantum numbers and atomic orbitals, and looks at the elements, including the periodic table, valence...
(Films Media Group, 2010), 26 mins, 26 page(s)
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Bacteria, Virus, Flea
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(Landmark Films, Inc., 2009), 23 mins, 23 page(s)
This DVD discusses parasitism, compares predator-prey and parasite-host relationships, and looks at the anatomy and behavior of a flea. It examines the structure of bacteria, differentiates between aerobic and anaerobic bacteria, explains the components of a virus, and describes how viruses infect a host.
(Landmark Films, Inc., 2009), 23 mins, 23 page(s)
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