Lower Limb Tutorial
Video uses hand drawn diagrams to identify and discuss the structure and physiology of the bones of the lower leg (tibia, fibula, and foot). Good review for a test. Music in background is a little distracting, and video is a little pixelated. Grades 9-12. 5:27 min.
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Skull (Part 1) Tutorial
Video uses hand drawn diagrams to identify and discuss the structure and physiology of the skull. Covers bones from the side view. Good review for a test. Music in background is a little distracting, and video is a little pixelated. Grades 9-12. 6:16 min.
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Skull (Part 2) Tutorial
Video uses hand drawn diagrams to identify and discuss the structure and physiology of the skull from the internal and frontal views. Good review for a test. Music in background is a little distracting, and video is a little pixelated. Grades 9-12. 6:02 min.
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Vertebral Column Tutorial
Video uses hand drawn diagrams to identify and discuss the structure and physiology of the vertebral column. Each type of vertebrae is examined. Good review for a test. Music in background is a little distracting, and video is a little pixelated. Grades 9-12. 8:12 min.
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Rib Cage Tutorial
Video uses hand drawn diagrams to identify and discuss the structure and physiology of the rib cage. Good review for a test. Music in background is a little distracting, and video is a little pixelated. Grades 9-12. 9:03 min.
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Scapula Tutorial
Video uses hand drawn diagrams to identify and discuss the structure and physiology of the scapula in detail. Good review for a test. Music in background is a little distracting, and video is a little blurry. Grades 9-12. 4:26 min.
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Pelvis (Part 3) Tutorial
Video uses hand drawn diagrams to identify and discuss the structure and physiology of the pelvis. Focus on os-coxa bone. Good review for a test. Music in background is a little distracting, and video is a little blurry. Grades 9-12. 4:39 min.
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Pelvis (Part 1) Tutorial
Video uses hand drawn diagrams to identify and discuss the structure and physiology of the pelvis. Focus on the pelvic girdle and joints. Good review for a test. Music in background is a little distracting, and video is a little blurry. Grades 9-12. 4:25 min.
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Pelvis (Part 2) Tutorial
Video uses hand drawn diagrams to identify and discuss the structure and physiology of the pelvis. Good review for a test. Music in background is a little distracting, and video is a little pixelated. Grades 9-12. 4:25 min.
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Femur & Patella Tutorial
Video uses hand drawn diagrams to identify and discuss the structure and physiology of the femur and patella. General review of tibia and fibula. Good review for a test. Music in background is a little distracting, and video is a little pixelated. Grades 9-12. 5:21 min.
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Foot Tutorial
Video uses hand drawn diagrams to identify and discuss the structure and physiology of the foot from several angles. Good review for a test. Music in background is a little distracting, and video is a little pixelated. Grades 9-12. 7:35 min.
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T. Rex Blood?
In this video segment adapted from NOVA scienceNOW, learn how scientists are hoping to better understand the biology of dinosaurs by studying the insides of fossil bones. Hear about the accidental discovery of dinosaur soft tissue by paleontologist Dr. Mary Schweitzer, and how this tissue enables scientists to learn more about dinosaur physiology and pathology. For example, soft tissue could provide information about toxins that led to dinosaur deaths. Closed Captioning is included. Run time 04:
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Harold Varmus: 2010 National Book Festival
Nobel Prize winning scientist Harold Varmus appears at the 2010 National Book Festival. Speaker Biography: In 1989 Harold Varmus and Michael Bishop shared the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine for their "identification of a large family of genes which control the normal growth and division of cells." Varmus is the former director of the National Institutes of Health and is the former chief executive officer of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City. In July, he became the d
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2010 Nobel Prize in Medicine Announcement.mp4
See the press conference regarding the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine on 4 October 2010.
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Interview about 2010 Nobel Prize in Medicine
Following the announcement, Professor Christer Höög told senior editor Simon Frantz how the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine is unique in Nobel Prize history, as this year's prize is the first awarded in the area of reproduction. Christer Höög explained that recent follow up studies showing that IVF children are as healthy as normally conceived children, were a contributing factor for awarding Robert G. Edwards the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2010 and not earlier.
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6 Reflections
Monkeys have long fascinated us because of their similarities to the human race. In this unit you will find out about some of the characteristics that make them so like us: their physiology, complex social interactions, large brains and intelligence. This is the ninth unit in the ‘Studying mammals’ series.
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5.2 Social and ecological factors
Monkeys have long fascinated us because of their similarities to the human race. In this unit you will find out about some of the characteristics that make them so like us: their physiology, complex social interactions, large brains and intelligence. This is the ninth unit in the ‘Studying mammals’ series.
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5.1 The neocortex
Monkeys have long fascinated us because of their similarities to the human race. In this unit you will find out about some of the characteristics that make them so like us: their physiology, complex social interactions, large brains and intelligence. This is the ninth unit in the ‘Studying mammals’ series.
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4.3 Hierarchies within groups
Monkeys have long fascinated us because of their similarities to the human race. In this unit you will find out about some of the characteristics that make them so like us: their physiology, complex social interactions, large brains and intelligence. This is the ninth unit in the ‘Studying mammals’ series.
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4.2 Social dynamics
Monkeys have long fascinated us because of their similarities to the human race. In this unit you will find out about some of the characteristics that make them so like us: their physiology, complex social interactions, large brains and intelligence. This is the ninth unit in the ‘Studying mammals’ series.
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