The History of the Apple Tree
The history of the apple tree dates back thousands of years,
beginning in the Nile river valley and throughout Europe and the Middle East. In this clip learn about how apples made it to America with information and tips from a sustainable gardener.

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Introduction to Chemistry
An overview introduction to chemistry using a slideshow
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How Dragonflies Begin Their Lives
This video shows how Dragonflies begin their lives and nymphs.  It provides information about nymphs and their predatory lifestyles.  It includes footage of nymphs killing and eating their prey.  This video could also be used to study life cycles as well as dragonflies. (02:35)
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From Intuition to Precision
Design has been described as making inspire decisions with incomplete information. True, we may use prior knowledge, we may even think we understand the causalites involved, but what really matters is exploration: of new forms, of new materials, and speculation about the response to the resulting effects. Essentially, this exploration has its own dynamics, involving intuition and spontaneity, and without which there is no design. But of course we all know that this is not the whole story. Design
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2.3.4 Recruiter receptors

Enzyme-associated or recruiter receptors also form dimers (or oligomers) on activation by their ligand, in a similar way to receptors with intrinsic enzymatic activity. Dimerization facilitates an interaction between the cell surface receptor (which lacks a catalytic domain) and cytosolic proteins with enzymatic activity. In the case of receptors that associate with tyrosine kinases (called ‘tyrosine kinaseassociated receptors’, the most common in this group), it is the non-covalently lin
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Reading the Code of Life

DNA is central to cell activity, replicating with great fidelity and carrying the information for all proteins. Organisms also regulate the products made from genes in an effort to conserve energy and adapt to new environments.

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Biodiversity
With current extinction rates exceeding those of previous mass extinctions, many biodi versity studies focus on efforts to count the Earth’s species before they are lost. This session explores current field experiments studying complex ecosystems and how environmental and biodiversity changes might affect their functions.
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Introduction to Science K-6
This provides an overview of the video library. 
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Food for Thought
A fifth-grade class in Huntsville, Alabama explores food chemistry. Science inquiry teaching for K-6 teachers.
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2012 Commencement
For more information, visit http://valpo.edu/commencement/
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Jane Austen: Lessons in Love
This two minute video explains actions of Jane Austen and how it was important at that time for a woman to marry and Austen fell in love with a rich man. This video deals with the impact of her subsequent rejection of her suitor on her writing. Let the video run and two others videos show that add more depth to her works. It would be of benefit to show all of these videos to gain a better understanding of her life. The time to show all the videos is about 5:30 minutes.
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Jane Austen's Life at Chowton Cottage
Jane Austen's Life at Chowton Cottage - Learn about Jane Austen's happy life writing at Chowton Cottage. (05:28)
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Glucose Song Sung to Tune of "Honey, Honey"
Tune- Sugar, Sugar, Honey, Honey explains how the body uses glucose. Slow animation, but younger students will enjoy the video. Key vocabulary words include glycolysis, glucose, fuel, monosaccharide sugar, lactate, and insulin (Running Time 2:45).
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The Harvest Moon
Although most think of the "harvest moon" as a bright full moon any time in the late summer or early fall, defined properly it is the full moon closest to the fall equinox in September in the Northern Hemisphere. THe slide show explains the history behind the "harvest" name for the moon, as well as why it appears larger in the horizon with its pale yellow, orange or red tinge. This slide show does not include audio.
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How to Write an Essay
How to Write an Essay. Part of the series: Academic Writing Tips. Writing an essay typically consists of composing an introductory paragraph, an elaborated body and a concluding paragraph. Write an essay with tips from a produced playwright in this free video on...
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Build-A-Word - Tent
In this short cartoon clip from "WordWorld", the WordFriends use the letters T, E, N, and T, to build the word tent. After the word is built, it transforms into a tent made of the letters used. (:57)
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Build-A-Word - Pies
In this short cartoon clip from "WordWorld", the WordFriends use the letters P, I, E, and S, to build the word "pies" After the word is built, it transforms into pies made of the letters used. The WordFriends talk about how the "s" on the end makes the word plural or more than one. (1:19)
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Reading Words With Digraphs - Hooked on Phonics
This video contains digraphs -ch, -tch, -sh, -th, -mp, -nd, -ng. Each consonant group is shown on the screen and sounded out by a narrator. Then the sounds are shown in the context of a word which is spelled out on the screen. This is repeated several times, giving the viewer time to practice each sound and corresponding word. Good use of color to highlight sounds. (4:21)
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Pythagorean Theorem Proofs
The Pythagorean theorem is one of the most well-known theorems in mathematics and is frequently used in Geometry proofs. The Pythagorean theorem states that in a right triangle the sum of its squared legs equals the square of its hypotenuse. (5:06)
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Lecture 26, December 3, 2012
Marketing - MKTG 25010 Audio Lectures - Lecture 26, December 3, 2012 - Kent State University > COLLEGES > College of Business Administration > COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION > Marketing > MKTG 25010 Audio Lectures > Lecture 26, December 3, 2012
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