Al-90 wt% Cu (bronze)
This is a copper-aluminium bronze containing 10 wt% aluminium. A small amount of iron is often added to act as a grain refiner to improve the mechanical properties. Alloys with more than 8 wt% aluminium solidify as the β phase. Below about 930°C, Widmanstätten α phase precipitates. At the eutectoid temperature (565°C) the remaining β decomposes to a lamellar eutectoid of α and β. Rapid cooling from the high temperature β phase can form martensite instead of Widmanstätten α. Aluminium
Author(s): Dr J Marrow, Department of Materials Science, Univ

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Lymphoid system
This topic is introduced by a brief description of the functions of the lymphatic system. A description of the primary and secondary lymphoid organs and their locations. An interactive feature illustrating both primary and secondary organs.
Author(s): St George's, University of London,Dr Nameer Abdula

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It's More than Skin Deep - Part 1
Trauma and infection can destroy the body's most complex systems. Rebuilding nerves, blood vessels, tissues, skin and bones is an intricate process -- and a challenge UW Medicine physicians conquer every day. Warning: This program includes explicit medical and anatomical footage of scientific interest which may be upsetting to some viewers.
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Rat anatomy, Either male or female, Pointers lifting left blood vessels (carotid artery, anterior vena cava) 1, (direct/above view)
Author(s): Megan Quentin-Baxter, Newcastle University

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It's More than Skin Deep - Part 2
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Zebrafish blood cell circulation
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Author(s): Mildred Hoover,Nancy Pelaez

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"A Time Bomb Inside of You": Social Service Organizations Advocate an Improved Federal Response to A
In 1981, the U.S. medical community noticed a significant number of gay men living in urban areas with rare forms of pneumonia, cancer, and lymph disorders. The cluster of ailments was initially dubbed Gay-Related Immune Disease (GRID), but when similar illnesses increased in other groups, the name ...
Author(s): Center for History and New Media/American Social H

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"AIDS Is an Illness of People of Color": Health Service Organizations Advocate Increased Federal Fun
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"This Is Not a Gay Issue. This Is a Human Issue": Early AIDS Patients Recount Their Experiences with
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Zebrafish early juveniles
After hatching from the egg, further development of the eyes, heart, blood vessels and other structures can be observed in Danio.
Author(s): Mildred Hoover,Nancy Pelaez

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Blood Vessels
Reviews the structure and function of the blood vessels. Computer animation and video with narration. Grades 7-12. 2:16.
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How a Virus Works
This narrated animation explains what a virus is and how it functions. It relates the way a virus works to nanotechnology. The human immune system fights an infection, like a virus, using various types of cells. The body has to adapt to infections and the dead cells are carried to the lymph nodes. 
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