Investigating an Immune Response to Bacterial Infection
A laboratory exercise to investigate immune response to bacterial infection using tobacco hornworms.
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Baby chicks hatch from the eggs laid by adult hens. They are various different colors, are covered entirely by soft feathers, and have small wings and two feet.
Family Values PSA (mock election 2011)
Red Ribbon Week - Poinsons
Red Ribbon Week. This video discusses things that are good for you and things that are not. (01:08)
Golden lion tamarin
The golden lion tamarin, a monkey, is endangered because of habitat loss and resultant inbreeding.
Florida blue jay
Blue jays feast mostly on seeds and nuts. They have small and sharp beaks to be able to grab the tiny seeds and nuts and break them apart to eat.
Oct. 25 - McDonald's Corp rolls out a high-definition television channel to nearly 800 restaurants in southern and central California. Kilmeny Duchardt reports.
Hoping for help at home
Oct. 25 - Long Island homeowner Magalene McClarrin owes more than her house is worth and hopes to benefit from a new government plan that could help homeowners like her refinance. Bobbi Rebell reports.
PAC-12 Fitness Challenge - OSU Baseball
Join Beaver baseball players in the PAC-12 Best of the West Fitness challenge. Log your minutes at http://www.facebook.com/Pac12BestoftheWestFitnessChallenge
Phonics with The Funnies---Learn About the Letter /n/
In this cute, animated video, the Funnies family teach about the letter /n/ by using the Funny Bubble Maker. The letter /n/ appears in one bubble while pictures that start with the letter /n/ appear in the other bubble. Pictures named are nose, net, night, notebook, nest, and nine. This is a great resource for the early childhood classroom to help teach mastery of this important skill. (2:07)
Shell, Statoil profits soar on higher oil
Oct. 27 - Royal Dutch Shell Plc and Norway's Statoil reported big jumps in profits on Thursday, driven mainly by higher oil and gas prices with help from increased production. Hayley Platt reports.
Miłosz: Made in America
Annual Copernicus Lecture in the Zell Visiting Writers Series. A conversation with Robert Hass, poet and Distinguished Chair of Poetry and Poetics, University of California, Berkeley; Robert Pinsky, writer, Slate poetry editor, and professor of creative writing, Boston University; and Lillian Vallée, poet and translator. With Bogdana Carpenter, professor emerita of Slavic languages and literatures, U-M; and Benjamin Paloff, assistant professor of Slavic languages and literatures and comparative
Jumping Genes - their impact on disease under study
Jumping genes are the focus of Wenfeng An, assistant professor in the WSU School of Molecular Biology. These genes, which are able to multiply and move to different genomic locations, are responsible for a wide variety of genetic outcomes, ranging from the rainbow hues seen in Indian corn to sporadic cases of colon cancer or hemophilia A. An is specifically studying how this L1 insertion (long interspersed elements type 1) is regulated in germ cells such as spermatozoa.
Nour, Gabby and Gabo