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Grey's Anatomy Alum TR Knight Checks into Genius: Picasso - Parade

Jacob was a bit of a genius himself, a prominent author of prose poetry, whose work continues to be read. He incorporated many of the emerging styles of the time into his work — cubism, symbolism, surrealism, among others — never exclusively ...

Decoding Native California Baskets - Link TV

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Cahuilla Basket Tray. Again the rattlesnake motif re-appears, but this time the weaver introduces additional complex flower patterns. Cahuilla weavers used different kinds of plants in this making this basket, each found within their lands, which shows ...

Botany Twitter just helped discover a rare plant clinging to a cliff in Pennsylvania - Quartz

Martine did what botanists do: He consulted herbarium specimens, in this case ones held at the Bucknell University herbarium. Herbarium specimens are cuttings of plants that have been dried and affixed to sheets of preservation paper, and stored in ...

Plants at Work

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National information campaign working in conjunction with the industry to inform professionals in the public about the numerous benefits of interior plants.

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Features colorful fact sheets from the Botanical Society of America. Learn about carnivorous plant species bizarre adaptations to low-nutrient environments and thier various stratiges for capturing thier incet prey.

How Sharks Work
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Tutorial with a jaw animation and photos.

How Bats Work
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Introduction to bats and bat species, covering the facts and myths about the only mammals that can fly. Find out how some bats see with sound, whether they really live in caves, and if the name "flying mice" is accurate. From How Stuff Works.

How Bats Work
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Illustrated guide to bats and how they help humans.

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Interactive flash animation showing the development and use of a DNA microarray developed from zebrafish cDNA.

How Mosquitoes Work
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Graphic narrative look at mosquitoes; how they breed, how they bite, what diseases they carry, and how to control them.

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Interactive flash animation showing how a flow cytometer works.

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An introduction to genomics and DNA technology designed for teens and adults. It includes genetic diseases, genetically modified crops, forensics and infectious disease identification. From the Marian Koshland Science Museum.

HowStuffWorks: How Your Lungs Work
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Explanation of oxygen exchange and other aspects of breathing.

HowStuffWorks: How Viruses Work
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Answers how biological viruses cause so much trouble, what makes us so vulnerable to them, and what makes them spread.