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How It's Made Pills
 
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Discovery / Science Channel's "How It's Made" Pills episode
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The 49 Day Chicken
 
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A clip from Food Inc. that shows how large poultry companies such as Tyson have vertically monopolized the production of chickens from egg to slaughter and have breed a chicken with an overdeveloped breast that reaches maturity in 49 days instead of 3 months.
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Bonnie Bassler (Princeton) Part 1: Bacterial Communication via Quorum Sensing
 
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https://www.ibiology.org/microbiology/quorum-sensing/ Bacteria, primitive single-celled organisms, communicate with chemical languages that allow them to synchronize their behavior and thereby act as enormous multi-cellular organisms. This process is called quorum sensing and it enables bacteria to successfully infect and cause disease in plants, animals, and humans. Investigations of the molecular mechanisms underlying quorum sensing are leading to the development of novel strategies to interfere with quorum sensing. These strategies form the basis of new therapies to be used as antibiotics. See more at http://www.ibioseminars.org
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GRITtv: David Kirby: Need New Food Production System
 
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David Kirby, author of Animal Factory, discusses the need for a new system of production and regulation for the food we consume in the U.S. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Why H1N1 Still Matters
 
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This special 1st anniversary session of Public Health Grand Rounds reviewed the roles that preparedness, surveillance, vaccine development, and risk communication played in the H1N1 response, discussed lessons learned, and tackled the myths and truths of this controversial and still relevant public health issue. Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy: http://www.cdc.gov/SocialMedia/Tools/CommentPolicy.html This video can also be viewed at http://www.cdc.gov/about/grand-rounds/archives/2010/07-September.htm
John Suli and Hugh Govan (Solomons)
 
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Our beautiful new 222-page ebook, SAVING GIANTS: Cultivation and Conservation of Tridacnid Clams (by Gerald Heslinga, 2013) is now available for download http://store.blurb.com/ebooks/374835-saving-giants [or go to blurb.com and search for SAVING GIANTS] References: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1nOk6LC1W8nmrO9AK44piHh6o1TDovtUl3qVDf698RKA/edit?hl=en&pli=1# Dr. John L. Munro, Director of the ICLARM Coastal Aquaculture Center in Honiara, Solomon Islands, discusses funding sources and plans for the giant clam hatchery then under construction on Guadalcanal Island. This interview was conducted on March 27, 1987, at James Cook University in Townsville, Australia. Thanks to Dr. Munro, James Cook Uni., ACIAR, and the donor agencies mentioned in the video. Interview and video production by Gerald Heslinga (NMFS/NOAA), who was part of the ACIAR regional giant clam project review team in March-April, 1987. ACIAR is the Australian Center for International Agricultural Research. The ICLARM Coastal Aquaculture Center's giant clam culture program ceased production and was abandoned in 1999, when the facility was destroyed during a period of tribal violence in the Solomon Islands. Selected MMDC References: Beckvar, N. 1981. Cultivation, spawning and growth of the giant clams Tridacna gigas, T. derasa and T. squamosa in Palau, Caroline Islands. Aquaculture 24: 21-30. Fitt, W. K., C. R. Fisher, and R. R. Trench. 1986. Contribution of the symbiotic dinoflagellate Symbiodinium microadriaticum to the nutrition, growth and survival of larval and juvenile tridacnid clams. Aquaculture 55: 5-22. Fitt, W. K., G. A. Heslinga, and T. C. Watson. 1992. Use of antibiotics in the mariculture of giant clams (F. Tridacnidae). Aquaculture 104: 1-10. Fitt, W. K., G. A. Heslinga, and T. C. Watson. 1993. Utilization of dissolved inorganic nutrients in growth and mariculture of the tridacnid clam Tridacna derasa. Aquaculture 109: 27-38. Hastie, L. C., T. C. Watson, T. Isamu and G. A. Heslinga. 1992. Effect of nutrient enrichment on Tridacna derasa seed: dissolved inorganic nitrogen increases growth rate. Aquaculture 106: 41-49. Heslinga, G. A. 1989. Biology and culture of the giant clam. In: Manzi, J. and M. Castagna (eds.), Clam Mariculture in North America. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 461 p. Heslinga, G. A. and W. K. Fitt. 1987. The domestication of reef-dwelling clams, BioScience 37: 332-339. Heslinga, G. A., Perron, F. E. and Orak, O. 1984. Mass culture of giant clams (f. Tridacnidae) in Palau. Aquaculture 39: 197-215. Heslinga, G. A., Watson, T. C. and T. Isamu. 1990. Giant Clam Farming. Pacific Fisheries Development Foundation (NMFS/NOAA). 179 p. Maruyama, T. and G. A. Heslinga. 1997. Fecal discharge of zooxanthellae in the giant clam Tridacna derasa, with reference to their in situ growth rate. Marine Biology 127: 473-477. Perron, F E., G. A. Heslinga and J. O. Fagolimul. 1985. The gastropod Cymatium muricinum, a predator on juvenile tridacnid clams. Aquaculture 48: 211-221.
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Anil Bansal | Ayurvedic Treatment | Ayurvedic Medicine | Treatment by Yoga
 
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Vedic-Amrit has ability to revive energy in your body and enhance immunity system to eliminate invasion of any disease. Buttermilk enriched with asafetida and cumin seeds is the best remedy for curing constipation, drink ajwain water 3 times a day and have grapes' juice in the morning. Give warmth to your stomach with the aid of towel that has been soaked in hot ajwain water. Mix half glass of milk with same amount of water and boil with 1 g garlic with jaggery or honey in it. Consume it twice a day. Resume it at the interval of 1 week till a month. Waist pain can be countered by eating 100 g soaked wheat after cooking it. Height can be gained by drinking mixed juice of tomato, beetroot and carrot or you can have pomegranate juice also. You should pull your hands and feet also toward up for stretching height. Edited By: http://aquariusmediaa.com
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Protein Factory (Laboratorio)
 
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Nuove proteine per nuove applicazioni nel settore biomedico e industriale: dalle terapie antitumorali agli enzimi per eliminare gli erbicidi
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