Introduction to Evolution and Natural Selection
This 17:40 long video uses drawing a a lecture format to help explain the concept of evolution. This video offers several examples of evolution. Good for most all ages.
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It's Addition Time
We will be reviewing addition today. Our problems will include both single and double digit problems.
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Author(s): Bill Nicholls

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Multiplication Games
How sharp are your multiplication skills? Give these great math games a try.
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Structural Evolution of the Protein Kinase-Like Superfamily
The protein kinase family is large and important, but it is only one family in a larger superfamily of homologous kinases that phosphorylate a variety of substrates and play important roles in all three superkingdoms of life. We used a carefully constructed structural alignment of selected kinases as the basis for a study of the structural evolution of the protein kinase-like superfamily. The comparison of structures revealed a “universal core” domain consisting only of regions required for
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Voor of tegen bioplastics?
you can follow an interview with a specialist about environmental issues
Author(s): Vlaams Ministerie Van Onderwijs En Vorming

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Schrijfoefening: Les services d'urgence
Je kunt informatie en instructies over de werking van de urgentiediensten in een vlotte tekst gieten.
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Using Dermatoglyphics from Down Syndrome and Class Populations to Study the Genetics of a complex tr
Dermatoglyphics is the study of epidermal ridges on the hands and feet. Ridge patterns and counts develop prenatally, are inherited, and show quantitative variation. This exercise introduces the preparation and interpretation of finger and palm prints for quantitative analysis. The techniques are simple, inexpensive, and can be adapted as an exercise on genetics for beginning or advanced students. Palm prints from individuals with Down Syndrome serve as a population sample to statistically test
Author(s): Thomas Fogle

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Use of Macintosh Computers and Maclab Data Acquisition Units in a Human Cardiovascular Lab
This resource is a detailed manual of protocols and instructional information for carrying out an undergraduate laboratory exercise in cardiovascular and respiratory biology, including student outlines, instructors notes, and suggested questions for laboratory reports.
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Total Ozone over Antarctica from TOMS: Jul 1, 1998 through Oct 1, 1998 (Rotation to Pole)
Total ozone over Antarctica for the period July 1, 1998 through October 1, 1998 as measured by Earth Probe TOMS. Dark blue represents regions of low ozone and red represents regions of high ozone.
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Atoms: Protons, Neutrons, and Electrons - by StudyJams
An atom is a tiny particle in matter, and atoms are made of protons, neutrons, and electrons.  Some matter, like your body or your book, is made of lots of different kinds of atoms, but elements are made up of only one kind of atom. Learn more about atoms with this cartoon animation from StudyJams.  A short, self-checking quiz is also included with this link. 
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Our Solar System:  Outer Planets - by StudyJams
Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are all of the outer planets in our solar system.  There is a planetoid called Pluto out there too!  Learn more about our outer planets with this slide show from StudyJams.  Vibrant images are set to music while information is written under each photo.  A short, self-checking quiz is also included with this link.
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Nutritional Health,Food Production,and the Environment
This course provides an understanding of the complex and challenging public health issue of food security and in a world where one billion people are under-nourished while another billion are overweight. Explores the connections among diet, the current food production system, the environment and public health, considering factors such as economics, population and equity. Case studies are used to examine these complex relationships and as well as alternative approaches to achieving both local and
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Pendennis Castle N900019

PENDENNIS CASTLE, Cornwall. c.1894. Reconstruction drawing of Half Moon Battery. The Shifting Lobby (changing room) by Ivan LAPPER.


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Brain: The Inside Story's "Your Emotional Brain"
Your brain gets information from two different sources: Your senses tell you what's going on in the outside world, while your emotions exist inside your body to tell you what these events and circumstances mean to you. Just as hunger motivates you to find food, emotions motivate you to take care of other needs—like safety and companionship—that ultimately promote survival and reproduction. The exhibition, Brain: The Inside Story, which is on view at the American Museum of Natural History fr
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Survival Phrases #46 - Survival for Vegetarians in Spain
Learn Spanish travel phrases with SpanishPod101.com! A little Spanish can go such a long way! Whether you’re traveling, visiting, or sightseeing, SpanishPod101.com has all the essential travel phrases just for you! Today we cover a high frequency Spanish phrase sure to be of use on your trip, travels or vacation to Spain. Even if you’re not [...]
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Einstein and His Times
Students look at other 1919 events to decide if Einstein should be elected "Man of the Year". Grades 8-10
Author(s): James Lochner, Ph.D.

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