Biologie Animale, la dissection de la souris, 5 - appareil digestif

« La dissection de la souris » fait partie d’une série de films de biologie qui ont pour sujet les plans d’organisation de modèles animaux représentatifs de grands groupes chez les invertébrés et les vertébrés. Grâce à des images, des animations et des schémas de support, cette vidéo montre la démarche de dissection de la souris et l’anatomie des mammifères (morphologie, anatomie générale, appareil respiratoire, circulatoire, digestif, urinaire et génital)
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Le pétrole

Conférence de Jean-Marie Chevalier donnée le 18 février 2010 dans le cadre de l'Université populaire du quai Branly.

Histoire mondiale de la colonisation : les matières premières Le pétrole, par Jean-Marie Chevalier

Jean-Marie Chevalier est professeur de sciences économiques à l’Université Paris-Dauphine où il dirige le Centre de Géopolitique de l’Énergie et des Matières Premières (CGEMP). Il est aussi Senior
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pdfCompilation of seasonal recipes by Bio Austria (Austrian organization of organic farmers) provided by www.gutessen.at
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Brain: Our Sense of Self
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Le corpus qui est ici proposé est large et couvre les trois langues du Moyen Âge - Latin, occitan et ancien français - pour aller jusqu'à la littérature moderne. À ce corpus déjà assez large, il convient
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