Coconut tree
Trees provide many animals, including humans, with food. Coconuts are just one of the several nuts and fruits that trees produce that are edible.
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Club fungi growing on a dead tree
Fungi are from the Kingdom Fungi, which is one of the four kingdoms included in the Domain Eukarya. Fungi are mostly decomposers that absorb nutrients by breaking down dead organisms.
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Mexico to East Coast Flyover: May 16, 1998
A flyover of Mexico and the east coast of the United States showing a smoke plume originating from fires in the Yucatan, from SeaWiFS imagery taken May 16, 1998
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Use Google Earth to Explore the Solar System
In Google Earth you can navigate the solar system just like you navigate though Earth. This video is a tutorial that briefly shows you how to navigate. It also has images from the Hubble Space Telescope. (01:10)
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Pan-Americanism in the Wake of Latin American Independence
AnaMaria Seglie
This module uses a letter by Anastasio Bustamante, third President of Mexico, in order to comment on the ideology of pan-Americanism in the 19th century.
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Insights Into Origins of Spliceosomal Introns
A look into the evolution of one family of proteins. Lecture from the Women in Bioinformatics series. Stella Veretnik, Ph.D. Computational Molecular Biology, National Laboratory for Computational Science and Engineering, University of California - San Diego
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Trail-Following in Snails: A Behavior and Statistical Laboratory Exercise
It is well documented that many snails follow the trails of other snails. A variety of simple experiments can be designed around trail following that teach experimental design, observation and data collection, and statistical analysis of results. The easily obtained, intertidal littorine snails can be used in areas with access to the ocean, while land snails or slugs can be substituted in inland areas. The statistical emphasis can be modified to make this exercise suitable to a variety of levels
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La Relación de Cabeza de Vaca: Una introducción
Lorena Gauthereau-Bryson
Esto es una introducción a La Relación/Naufragios de Cabeza de Vaca. Da información biográfica y un resumen breve del texto. Esta introducción fue escrita para estudiantes de colegio (high […]

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4.3 The easy problems and the hard problem
What is consciousness? How does the brain generate consciousness and how can a science of the mind describe and explain it adequately? This unit will introduce you to the slippery phenomenon that is consciousness, as well as some of the difficulties consciousness presents to science and philosophy.
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If Monterrey Falls, Mexico Falls
In just four years Monterrey, Mexico has gone from being a model for developing economies to a place more like a conflict zone at the heart of Mexico's drugs war.
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Los miserables
Los miserables
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Sound - by StudyJams
Sound is energy that travels as a result of vibration.  It can be characterized by frequency, loudness, and pitch, and is measured in decibels.  Learn more about sound with this cartoon animation from StudyJams.  A short, self-checking quiz is also included with this link. 
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Vanderbilt basketball legend Roy Skinner has died
Roy Skinner, who won 278 basketball games, compiled an 81.5 percent winning percentage at Memorial Gym and recruited the first black athlete to the Southeastern Conference, died of respiratory failure at Southern Hills Medical Center. He was 80.
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Glass Program at CCA
The multidisciplinary curriculum of the Glass Program at California College of the Arts couples a vigorous foundation in craft with concept-oriented projects. CCA offers students a comprehensive education in the techniques, materials, history, and philosophy of glass as a medium for art making. For more information, including how to apply: cca.edu/glass
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Workshop "Humor zorgt voor een betere werksfeer"
In deze les leer je je mening geven over een bedrijfspresentatie over humor op het werk. Je leert ook de informatie te begrijpen uit een gesproken tekst, de speech van een professionele spreker op de workshop. Tegelijk steek je ook wat op over hoe humor voor een betere werksfeer kan zorgen.
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Self-Assessment
Self-Assessment
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6.3 Heat research

Andrew Plummer (c. 1698–1756), the chemistry professor at Edinburgh, suffered a stroke in 1755, and the Town Council appointed Cullen as his conjoint professor without consulting the stricken Plummer. Black, who had covered for Plummer until Cullen arrived, was appointed to Cullen's position at the University of Glasgow. This move also marked a change in the direction of Black's research. He now began to investigate the nature of heat, a central topic in eighteenth-century chemistry.
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Next steps
The powerful and majestic carnivores are the focus of many television documentaries. In this unit we will delve into the lives of these fearsome hunters and explore their physical adaptations and social behaviour. This is the fifth unit in the ‘Studying mammals’ series.
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