Review of Cat Organs and Blood Vessels
Professor reviews major blood vessels. Comparisons to human anatomy are made. Trachea, larynx, spleen, pancreas, and kidneys are also identified. This would make a great review for students preparing for a cat muscle practical. Color video with sound. Run time 07:01.
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Blood, Iron and Gold: How the Railways Transformed the World - Christian Wolmar
Christian Wolmar is a British journalist, author, and railway historian, best known for his popular books and commentary on transport, especially on Britain’s railway network. Here he discusses his latest book 'Blood, Iron and Gold: How the Railways Transformed the World'.
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Vampires! The Psychology, Science, and Impact of a Literary Monster
PULLMAN, Wash.—Vampires are a hot topic in pop culture as the HBO series "True Blood" and the "Twilight Saga" film series take over every corner of the media. But the influence of vampires has been around for centuries. Anne Stiles, a Washington State University assistant professor of English, has been looking at how vampires reflected Victorian society, and how science and the mythical creatures influenced each other. She said it all comes down to our souls and psychology. Starting in the
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Blood, Iron and Gold: How the Railways Transformed the World - Christian Wolmar
Christian Wolmar is a British journalist, author, and railway historian, best known for his popular books and commentary on transport, especially on Britain’s railway network. Here he discusses his latest book 'Blood, Iron and Gold: How the Railways Transformed the World'.
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From the Heart
This video segment describes how the chambers of the heart contract and relax in synchrony to push blood through the pulmonary and systemic loops of the circulatory system. You'll see how the heart pumps oxygen-depleted blood to the lungs, where red blood cells acquire oxygen before travelling back to the heart and then on to the rest of the body. The video is nice illustration of how the circulatory and respiratory systems work together to carry in oxygen and remove waste.  Closed captioning i
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02 BELLUM HELVETICUM PER PARAPHRASIN
This edition of Caesar was published anonymously in London, by the printer for the University of London in 1834. It takes the Bellum Helveticum from De Bello Gallico,and deconstructs it, and then reassembles it. It is a useful text to listen to. The original text can be seen on Youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/evan1965 where the Latin is read aloud line by line, with the original text ( in Latin and En
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Heart Circulation and William Harvey's Great Discovery
A muscle the size of a fist, the human heart beats over 100,000 times a day, and pumps more than 5 gallons of blood a minute.  Watch as William Harvey, from the 17th century, discovers how blood is actually circulated. Run time 02:43. Hosted by Bill Nye.

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Microanatomy of the Lungs
Presented here is the microanatomy of the lungs and its components. The video shows an animated lung while a narrator explains the various parts labeled on the screen.  "Alveolar sacs are the terminal portions of the breathing tube system. Composed of up to thirty tiny air pouches, or alveoli, they provide a lung a total surface area of about 850 square feet for the exchange of gases. Terminal bronchioles carry air to and from alveolar sacs. Cells lining bronchiole walls bear cilia---minute ha
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3D Animation of a Heart Attack
This 3d medical animation illustrates the story of a heart attack from a blocked coronary artery due to th inflammation of blood vessels. Beginning with damage to the endothelial arterial wall, the animation shows how a white blood cell entering the wall of the artery changes into a macrophage, grabbing and digesting cholesterol. As the cell does its job, it transforms into a foam cell, which, unfortunately, becomes part of the plaque within the blood vessel wall. Ultimately, over a period of
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Quantum Statistical Mechanics
white dwarfs continued, neutron stars, most probable configuration
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"Hiawatha's Photographing" by Lewis Carroll (poetry reading)
Many of Lewis Carroll's parodies are so good that the originals are now forgotten. Hiawatha, though, is too robust for that. What this parody shows is that the verse form works even better as comedy. http://people.virginia.edu/~ds8s/carroll/hia.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lewis_Carroll "Lunar caustic" is silver nitrate. My only opportunity ever to use this nearly useless scap of knowledge - as useless as the little-known fact that most tortoises die of diphtheria - was when a Italian d
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The Magic School Bus Goes To Mussel Beach - Tidal Zones
The class is enjoying a normal day at the beach until Ms. Frizzle discovers a letter from Uncle Shelby. He needs the class to look after his beachfront property. The kids soon discover that his supposedly luxurious accommodation is actually a tiny spot on the shoreline. Why would anyone live in a spot where youre battered by waves at high tide and baked by the sun at low tide? To find out the answer, Ms. Frizzle turns the kids into...mussels! (22mins)
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Auburn vs. Louisiana Tech (1947)
"With the first of six conference games just one week away, the tigers were forced to go all out to defeat a stubborn Louisiana Tech team in the annual "Homecoming" game. With the Tech Line playing the Plainsmen off their feet during the first half, some of 11,000 students and "old grads" watched the Voyles- coached eleven come back with two touchdowns in the last half to clinch the game. In the third quarter Billy Ball raced 45 yards for the first Tiger score, and onto the last play of the game
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Auburn vs. Birmingham Southern (1938)
"With the "War Eagle" Ringing to the skies, the Tigers opened the season with a night game against Southern. Their offense was sluggish and only five or six plays were used, but one of them was "Wild Bull" Haynsworth's straight cut off tackle, with which he averaged more than ten yards per try." (Description from 1939 Glomerata)
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JALPES 2010 Strasbourg – Éthique et fin de vie en réanimation

Thème : Première Journée de Pédagogie Médicale d’Alsace Lorraine (JALPES 2010)
Session : motivation et pédagogie en sciences de la santé.
Modérateur : François KOHLER (Professeur- CHU de Nancy – SPI-EAO) et Thierry POTTECHER (Professeur – service d’Anesthésie Hôpital de Hautepierre – Strasbourg).
Titre : JALPES 2010 Strasbourg – Éthique et fin de vie en réanimation :
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Thème : Actualités en Pathologies Infectieuses.
Titre : API 2010 Nancy : REX grippe A H1N1.
Auteur : Christian RABAUD (Professeur – service des maladies infectieuses et parasitaires – CHU de Nancy).
Résumé : Plan national de prévention et de lutte « PANDEMIE GRIPPALE » (N°150/SGDN/PSE/PPS du 20 février 2009).
Organisation de la vie collective : mesures barrières, gestion des décès.
Estimation de l’impact de l’épidémie en France.
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API 2010 Nancy : Prise en charge medicale des personnes infectees par le VIH.

Thème : Actualités en Pathologies Infectieuses.
Titre : API 2010 Nancy : Prise en charge médicale des personnes infectées par le VIH.
Auteur : Bruno HOEN (Professeur – maladies infectieuses – CHU de Besançon).
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