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207 resources with the concept blood

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Why Do We Harvest Horseshoe Crab Blood?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
If you've ever had an injection, the horseshoe crab protects you from infection! Young marine biologists discover how scientists use the unique physiology of the horseshoe crab in medicine with a thought-provoking video. The narrator...
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Pump It Up!

For Teachers 3rd - 8th
Students design a pumping device that will effectively pump fluid through a model "cardiovascular system." They explore the effects of too much and too little pressure on a circulatory system.
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Blood and Circulation

For Teachers 7th - 10th
Whether you use this to lecture on the circulatory system, or assign it for individuals to view, you will be pleased with this PowerPoint. The author invested a lot of time to make it educational, but also entertaining with humorous...
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Why Red Blood Cells Look Like Donuts

For Teachers 7th - 11th Standards
There are specific reasons for the intricate anatomy of the body, and the shape of the red blood cells is no exception! A video presentation explains the role of red blood cells and why their shape is important to function. The...
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Why Don’t Antarctic Fish Freeze to Death?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Some fish not only survive but thrive in Antarctic waters. Learn their secret in a lesson in an informative video about the freezing point of the salty sea water as well as the antifreeze proteins in the species' circulatory system.
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How Does Low-Dose Aspirin Work?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Baby aspirin is a life saver for many adults! A video lesson discusses the effect aspirin has on blood even in low doses. Learners discover how aspirin changes blood clots—a key to preventing medical conditions such as heart attacks and...
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Homeostasis and Negative Feedback – Concepts and Breathing Experiments

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
More asthma attacks happen at higher altitudes, but why? Scholars complete worksheets, learning about homeostasis and feedback related to breathing. Then, they work in small groups to experiment with breathing in limited amounts of...
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Vertebrate Circulatorium

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
When you get to the heart of the matter, you learn a lot about an organism by studying its circulatory system! A perfect resource for a zoology or anatomy class, the simulation gives users a peek inside a variety of vertebrates to...
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Why So Blue?

For Teachers 8th - 11th Standards
It turns out blue is not just for the Smurfs! Introduce young geneticists to the Fugate family, known throughout Kentucky for their unusual skin tone. A two-day lesson from K20 explores dominant and recessive traits through partner...
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What Are White Blood Cells?

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
White blood cells are our body's tiniest warriors! How do they work? Biology scholars discover the types and functions of white blood cells through a video from an intriguing biology playlist. The resource profiles both types of white...
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How are Pathogens Spread and Controlled?

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
How can we stop the tiny terrors that cause illness? Junior epidemiologists examine the methods used to control the spread of pathogens with a video from from a biology playlist. The narrator describes the benefits of hygiene,...
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Buffers

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Buffers are beautiful! Without them, your body would struggle to maintain proper pH, especially in the blood. But, what are they? Chemistry scholars discover what is in a buffer solution, how it works to maintain a stable pH, and how to...
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Why is Carbon Monoxide So Deadly?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Don't fall victim to The Silent Killer! Expose your class (not literally) to carbon monoxide through an informative video from Reactions, a playlist from the American Chemical Society. Content includes carbon monoxide's structure, its...
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What Is Blood?

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
Blood makes up approximately seven percent of the weight of each human, but what is blood? As part of the Fuse School Biology playlist, the video describes the four components of blood. It offers descriptions of what they look like as...
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How Humans Made Malaria So Deadly

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
Combine agriculture and an increase in population density in sub-Saharan Africa and what do you get? Malaria! Young immunologists explore malaria's deadly rise to fame in a video. The narrator discusses its beginnings as a hitchhiking...
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It’s the Heart of the Matter

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Get the class jumping for joy with a fascinating look at matters of the heart. Learners perform physical tasks, collect and analyze heart rate data, and study conditions that affect heart health. Use the action-packed lesson plan to...
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Blood and Transplant: Organs

For Teachers 7th - 12th
Who donates organs, and how do organ donations work? The third lesson in a four-part series discusses the tremendous need for donor organs of all ages and backgrounds. A variety of materials, included with the teacher's guide, walk...
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Blood – There Will Be Blood (Part 2)

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Since 2004, blood doping in cycling has dropped by 50 percent. The video opens with a narration about blood doping and then focuses on the structure of blood and how its parts work to keep the body alive. Classes learn about the...
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Lymphatic System

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Learn about the lymphatic system and its role in maintaining homeostasis in the 44th video in a series of 47. The narrator shows learners the anatomy of the lymphatic system and its role in supporting the cardiovascular system. He then...
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Blood – True Blood (Part 1)

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Teach your class about human blood and explain why donation is so important using the 29th video in a series of 47. Learners explore the basic components of blood, how cuts stop bleeding, and how antigens determine blood types. 
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Other Acids

For Students 9th - 12th
What do you call an acid with an attitude? A-mean-oh acid. Many pupils think of the acids found in the lab rather than the more common every day acids. The video introduces more common acids in food, our bodies, and other areas of life. 
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Skeletal System

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Adults' bodies are made of 206 bones, whereas babies have about 300 different bones or areas of cartilage. Pupils explore the difference between exo- and endo- skeletons in a video about the skeletal system. They then see how bones are...
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The Mighty Heart

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Have your class follow the step-by-step directions in this resource to dissect a sheep heart and gain a better understanding of this amazing organ. Working in small groups, pupils look for specific parts of the heart during their...
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A New War Weapon to Save Lives

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Young historians view and analyze photos and documents from WWII that are related to blood transfusions and blood plasma. A demonstration of correct and incorrect blood donors visually shows the importance of knowing blood type. After...