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[Plant Pigment Analysis] Hello. Thank you for joining me today for today’s video on Plant Pigment Analysis. My name is Cynthia Sargent, and I’m the biology curriculum developer here at PASCO scientific. I want to show you how you can enhance a traditional lab activity using two sensors: a Colorimeter and a Spectrometer. A lot

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Captioning is on. Click the CC button at bottom right to turn off. Today’s topic is the exciting process of plant reproduction in angiosperms. But before we get into that, we want to tell you a little story that completely relates—and always reminds us of how fascinating plant reproduction really is. Now we are sisters

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Welcome to BCMP. [MUSIC PLAYING] [LAUGHTER] BCMP stands for [INTERPOSING VOICES] BCMP stands for biological chemistry and molecular pharmacology. The overarching theme that brings our faculty together is how the machines of biology work and the tools that we use to shed light on these questions. Out hope is through our studies that we really

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Researching a new medical cure… unlocking DNA’s secrets… or developing a more resilient variety of wheat… biochemists and biophysicists study living things and the processes that make them grow, change, and die. These scientists design and conduct experiments, such as testing the effects of drugs, or learning how different cells divide and grow. They may

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(music playing) Dr. Larry Romsted: I’m interested in Chemistry because I was always interested in Chemistry. I was one of those guys when Sputnik went up, and there was a call in the country to have people do science, I responded to that. In graduate school, I ended up working with a guy named Cortis,

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Greenhouse Effect. What happened? Why are you shivering? No sun rays. Before. I will go and check what happened. What happened? Now. Before. Sun. Earth. Greenhouse gases. Sun rays. The sun’s rays warm the earth. A part of the sun’s rays is absorbed by the earth. A part of the sun’s rays is reflected back

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Translator: Joseph Geni Reviewer: Ivana Korom So there are lands few and far between on Earth itself that are hospitable to humans by any measure, but survive we have. Our primitive ancestors, when they found their homes and livelihood endangered, they dared to make their way into unfamiliar territories in search of better opportunities. And

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Hi guys! Today I’m going to flipping through my biology notes from the past school year. If you’re wondering why I still sound kind of weird, I’m still sick unfortunately. So I store all of my old notes in this 2 inch binder which was featured in one of my stationery hauls a while back.

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[MUSIC] This is a pretty simple maze. It shouldn’t be too hard for you to solve. Of course, you’re pretty smart. You’ve got 86 billion neurons at your disposal, you’re a member of the most intelligent species on the planet. But what if you were a pulsating wad of yellow goo? I’m going to let

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