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Viruses

Hi. It’s Mr. Andersen and this is the third podcast in the Life on Earth series. In this one I’m going to talk about things that aren’t really alive. And those are viruses. In 1982 Richard Skrenta, when we have a 15 year old high school student was sick of people taking his disks and […]

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Endosymbiosis theory | Cell structure and function | AP Biology | Khan Academy

– [Instructor] When we look inside of eukaryotic cells, we see membrane-bound organelles, and some of these membrane-bound organelles are particularly interesting. For example, here is a diagram of a chloroplast that are found in plant or algal cells, and we know that this is where the photosynthesis takes place, but what’s really interesting above […]

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Dr. Sylvain Costes – Genetic Data from Space | Genes in Space

eEvery experiment aboard the International Space Station started off as just an idea and now your ideas can become real-life experiments up in space too. Today I’m at NASA’s Ames Research Center to talk with Dr. Sylvain Costes about Gene Lab and the many different types of genetic data that we get from the ISS. […]

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