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Beauty of mitosis by This video describes the cellular changes that take place during mitosis and meiosis, using slide images and animation to illustrate the processes.
Call Number: DVD QH605.2.B43 2010
Publication Date: 2010
Cell biology: the plasma membrane by Through photomicrography and animation, students will understand the molecular structure of a plasma membrane, the processes of diffusion and osmosis, the difference between passive and active transport, etc.
Call Number: DVD QH601.C45 1988
Publication Date: 1988
Infectious enthusiasm: beating infections by John Hunter, surgeon to King George III, was said to have inoculated himself with a venereal disease--an example of well-intentioned research with more than one unfortunate result. This program presents a fascinating overview of the battle against infectious diseases, depicting several instances in which doctors exposed themselves to syphilis, yellow fever, cholera, or other nefarious microbes in order to better understand those illnesses. Highlighting what may be the most courageous act of self-experimentation in recent history--and one that eventually garnered a Nobel Prize--the program details Dr. Barry Marshall's 1984 decision to culture a newly discovered bacterium and swallow it himself.
Call Number: DVD RB153.I53 2007
Publication Date: 2007