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Biology
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(Goldhil Home Media International, 2008), 1 hour 44 mins, 247 page(s)
This set explores basic concepts in biology. It covers molecules and cells, heredity and inheritance, molecular genetics, evolutionary biology, and organisms and populations. The set also discusses human physiology and examines key ecology concepts, including biodiversity, population ecology, communities and ecosy...
(Goldhil Home Media International, 2008), 1 hour 44 mins, 247 page(s)
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The Biology of Cnidarians
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(BioMedia Associates, 2008), 13 mins, 13 page(s)
This program presents observations on Hydra, including its habitat, structure, feeding, nematocyst discharge, locomotion, and sexual and asexual reproduction. It covers Obelia, which illustrates the two-stage life cycle found in many cnidarians, and examines the biology of jellyfish, sea anemones, and corals.
(BioMedia Associates, 2008), 13 mins, 13 page(s)
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The Biology of Flatworms
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(BioMedia Associates, 2007), 15 mins, 15 page(s)
This program shows the structure, behavior, and life cycles of planarians and their free-living relatives (class Turbellaria). The DVD also illustrates the life cycles of flukes (class Trematoda) and tapeworms (class Cestoda) with detailed animations and revealing images of these parasites in action.
(BioMedia Associates, 2007), 15 mins, 15 page(s)
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The Biology of Plants
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(BioMedia Associates, 2009), 18 mins, 18 page(s)
Providing an extensive introduction to the plant kingdom, this program describes photosynthesis at the molecular level and features a taxonomy section that explores nonvascular plants, primitive vascular plants, gymnosperms, and angiosperms.
(BioMedia Associates, 2009), 18 mins, 18 page(s)
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The Biology of Rotifers and Nematodes
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(BioMedia Associates, 2007), 15 mins, 15 page(s)
This program shows the many different species of rotifers, including planktonic rotifers that have special adaptations for open water life. The DVD also looks at nematodes and considers areas in which they can be found, such as tree moss, leaf litter, and compost piles.
(BioMedia Associates, 2007), 15 mins, 15 page(s)
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The Biology of Seashores
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(BioMedia Associates, 2006), 35 mins, 35 page(s)
This program examines the complex biology of seashores. It looks at such biotic and abiotic factors affecting seashores as tides, wave shock, desiccation, and food sources, explores structural, chemical, and behavioral adaptations that protect animals on seashores, highlights feeding and harvesting techniques, and...
(BioMedia Associates, 2006), 35 mins, 35 page(s)
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Biotech and Recombinant DNA Technology
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(Minnay Institute of Health Sciences, 2008), 25 mins, 25 page(s)
Exploring the practical applications of microbial genetic principles, this program considers the potential benefits of DNA manipulation using genetic engineering or recombinant DNA technology. It shows how these technological advances affect such fields as medicine, agriculture, and industry.
(Minnay Institute of Health Sciences, 2008), 25 mins, 25 page(s)
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Biotechnology: A Better Understanding
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(University of California. Regents, 1993), 10 mins, 10 page(s)
This DVD explores the potential benefits of biotechnology techniques and compares biotechnology to traditional practices of plant selection and breeding. It also highlights areas of consumer interest and concern.
(University of California. Regents, 1993), 10 mins, 10 page(s)
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Biotechnology and Your Health: Pharmaceutical Applications
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(Films Media Group, 2009), 20 mins, 20 page(s)
Considering pharmaceutical biotechnology, this DVD examines the crucial role of antibiotics, vaccinations, and insulin in modern medicine, discusses the value of recombinant drugs and treatments involving genetically engineered DNA, and explains how stem cells can be used to treat disease.
(Films Media Group, 2009), 20 mins, 20 page(s)
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Biotechnology: Gene Guns and Genetic Engineering
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(Hawkhill Associates Inc., 2002), 1 hour 6 mins, 66 page(s)
Examining advances in the field of biotechnology, this program covers such topics as cloning, gene splicing, in vitro fertilization, embryo adoption, and the use of bovine growth hormones. The DVD also explains the concept of the gene gun.
(Hawkhill Associates Inc., 2002), 1 hour 6 mins, 66 page(s)
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