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During yesterday’s review session we went over the circulatory system, an important part of which is the exchange of nutrients, gasses, and waste products between the blood and the body’s tissues at the capillaries. Nutrients and gasses diffuse into the … Continue reading
This is awesome. Someone videotaped various big cats (not all of them are ‘true’ big cats, but whatever) reacting to a bag of catnip in their environments. Most of them just roll around a lot and bat at things that … Continue reading
I’ve been pretty quiet this week, mostly because I took your advice and started reading. Stephen King (yes, now you know I’m a fan of High Literature) has written about four novels since I stopped having time to read regularly … Continue reading
A former student of mine shared this wonderful little video with me at the end of summer session. Counter-current multiplication is the way the nephron reabsorbs Na+ ions and water in the loop of Henle to produce concentrated urine and … Continue reading
Check out this tres cool fan video of my favorite television scientist, Jack Hodgins.