Pendennis Castle N900020 PENDENNIS CASTLE, Cornwall. c.1894. Reconstruction drawing of Half Moon Battery. Men working in the cartridge store by Ivan LAPPER.
PENDENNIS CASTLE, Cornwall. c.1894. Reconstruction drawing of Half Moon Battery. Men working in the cartridge store by Ivan LAPPER.
Learn with Pictures and Video S2 #14 - Powerful Spanish Learning Technique - Learning Through Opposi
Don’t worry about ‘forgetting’ Spanish opposites because they are easy to ‘remember’ when you use this great Spanish lesson! In this lesson, you’ll use the same powerful Spanish learning technique to master even more Spanish vocabulary. Learning Spanish with SpanishPod101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Spanish! This Spanish video series is a [...]
Cervical Myelopathy - Sensory Exam - Superficial Sub-exam - Patient 13
This 46-year-old African American male presented with progressive weakness of the lower extremities for three months. He had increasing difficulty with walking and balance and now is unable to walk without assistance. He also complained of numbness and "pins and needles" sensation in the upper extremities with clumsiness and decreased dexterity in his right hand. Clinical history: He did not have neck or radicular pain and had no bowel or bladder problems or sexual dysfunction, but did have some
Spastic Paraplegia - Sensory Exam - Superficial Sub-exam - Patient 5
This video features a 54-year-old white male with a history of spastic paraplegia (diagnosed in 1994) and no previous history of heart disease or cardiac workup. He presented to the Emergency Room complaining of three days on-and-off retrosternal chest pain. Patient presented to the ER complaining of three days on-and-off retrosternal chest pain, rated 3/10, lasting approximately 30 minutes, occurring multiple times daily at rest or during activity. The first episode occurred three days before
Food Webs: Frogs
Frogs eat insects, and frogs are in turn eaten by larger animals such as birds. Frogs hibernate, or more correctly, they estivate. During estivation, frogs lowers their body temperatures in cold weather and go into a kind of dormancy. Frogs can "migrate" in that they move across land to find ponds and water sources.
Wireless Sensor Networks for Ecology
Field biologists and ecologists are starting to open new avenues of inquiry at greater spatial and temporal resolution, allowing them to "observe the unobservable" through the use of wireless sensor networks. Sensor networks facilitate the collection of diverse types of data (from temperature to imagery and sound) at frequent intervals -- even multiple times per second -- over large areas, allowing ecologists and field biologists to engage in intensive and expansive sampling and to unobtrusively
Sleeping Beauty Invades Rat's Genome
Knockouts are not just for Mice anymore. Aron Geurts and Howard Jacob from the Medical College of Wisconsin talk about their plans for creating transgenic rats using the Sleeping beauty transposon. Coming out of work pioneered by Colin Bishop's lab, Geurts and Jacob describe how the Sleeping Beauty system can be used to make transgenic rats and their plans to make the phenotype data from these rats available via the MCW PGA website (http://pga.mcw.edu) and the strains themselves accessible via a
TRMM Rainmap for September 1998: Zoom to Rotating Globe
A zoom to a rotating globe showing the monthly average rainfall for September 1998 as measured by TRMM. High rainfall rates are in red.
A presentation of Monopoly, its characteristics and influences.
Living and non-living things
Living things often rely on non-living things to accomplish daily tasks. Living things have several characteristics that non-living things do not, such as the ability to move, eat, breathe, and reproduce. Living things and non-living things can interact even though they do not have the same characteristics.
Tissue movement in bipopulation tumour cord growth
Simulation of tumor cord growth where conversion of the tumor to glycolytic (anaerobic) metabolism takes place under hypoxia. This video shows volume fraction of glycolytic cell population and velocity of tissue movement. Isolines show hypoxia limits for aerobic and anaerobic cell lines respectively. This video reflects work in progress and may be different from the final results.
Economic History & History of Thought
The factories that changed the world, 1.) the mule-powered spinning mill (Britain in the 1820s), 2.) from the American system to the Ford system (1900s), and 3.) Toyota Production System (Lean manufacturing), are contrasted and the progression of production systems of the 19th and 20th centuries are arranged in order.
Pride and Prejudice - Quiz 2
That students will identify key characters in the novel. That students will develop their understanding of the plot.
NASA's Discovery Launch Dress Rehearsal
The Discovery astronauts train at Kennedy for the upcoming STS-124 mission. For more information see: http://www.nasa.gov
Lezen, schrijven, woordenschat, cultuur: Going Irish
Je oefent leesvaardigheid en woordenschat aan de hand van teksten over Ierland en de plaatselijke gebruiken. Je leert welke de plaatselijke gebruiken zijn en stelt ze tot slot voor in een folder.
Guatemala's Holtun or "Head of Stone"
An archaeological team co-led by archaeologist Brigitte Kovacevich of Southern Methodist University will begin excavation in summer 2011 at the early Maya site "Head of Stone" in the Central Lakes region of Guatemala. New 3-D topographical surveys have confirmed the size and location of more than 100 buildings buried beneath centuries of foliage. See http://www.smuresearch.com to learn more.
Recent studies suggest that, as in other aging syndromes, the Hutchinson-Gilford syndrome is due to a defect in the mechanism of DNA repair. Mutations have been found in the Lamin A gene (LMNA) situated on chromosome 1.
Gene expression studies of cancer - Prof. Chad Creighton (Part 2)
Lecture on gene expression studies of cancer and gene transcription signatures. Part of the Computer-Aided Discovery Methods course taught at Baylor College of Medicine.