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Our adult body is composed of miniature cells, millions and billions of them. Each cell contains the identical copy of a relatively very long nucleopolymer molecule, divided int... 11/03/2007
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Do you think batteries are a new thing? How long do you think they have been around? One hundred years? Two hundred? More? 10/28/2007
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Senses are the physiological methods of perception. The senses and their operation, classification, and theory are overlapping topics studied by a variety of fields. Sense is a... 10/26/2007
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What is your type of relationship with partner? Find out! 10/22/2008
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Testosterone Testosterone is a hormone produced primarily in men's testes. The adrenal glands of both men and women also produce small amounts of testosterone. In men, testo... 01/12/2007
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Judging from the social habits of man as he now exists, and from most savages being polygamists, the most probable view is that primeval man aboriginally lived in small communit... 11/05/2008
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If human existence were as long as two copies of this book, for all but the last page of the second book—10,000 years—humans lived in small bands of hunter-gatherers... 01/12/2007
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Women with high reproductive value attract men. 19-year-old women are likely to produce the greatest number of children—twice as many as 30-year-old women. Teenage boys, on aver... 10/06/2008
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Women have two, conflicting instincts when choosing men. On the one hand, women want superior men, a.k.a. "alpha" males. On the other hand, women want men who can materially pro... 10/28/2007
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Large brains are humans' most distinctive anatomical feature. Our brains are about four times bigger than chimpanzees' and gorillas' brains. 12/19/2008
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Sleep is important for learning, sleep deprivation results in intellectual deprivation, avoid alarm clocks! 10/30/2007
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Neurophysiology of sleep is an explosively growing branch of science. This article attempts to produce a synthesis of what is known about sleep with a view to practical applicat... 11/06/2007
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Jim Brandenburg , principal of Alachua Elementary School in Alachua, Florida visited our class on Teacher Learning and Professional Development last night to tell us how he has... 12/29/2006
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After reading Will Richardson’s post titled Owning the Teaching… and the Learning , I began to wonder about how technology innovators might lead others to the prove... 12/29/2006
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Social software serves as a conduit between virtual and physical realities, a point commonly overlooked. 06/22/2008
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If we start with the premise that how we approach the world affects/shapes our ideas, definitions, our identity, our practice, our landscape/environment, our community, then how... 05/24/2008
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Often people take scientific findings and then distort them to try and prove and disprove things that they, in fact, do not prove or disprove. 06/14/2008
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The debate over school uniforms is complicated, so here are included highlights from both sides for you to consider. 01/09/2009
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Learning a language is a complex and long process as anyone who has tried will agree. One of the most difficult and frustrating things is making the transition from the classroo... 11/30/2006
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Hiring a tutor can be an overwhelming experience, especially if you have never done it before. The following five qualities are the most important ones that you should look for... 05/13/2008
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What is guided reading? What are some guided reading activities? How about guided reading demonstrations or guided reading lesson plans? Using guided reading as a teaching strat... 11/30/2006
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Students can sometime become overwhelmed with class work and assignments which could cause great deviancies in their grades. Students should know the avenues and routes that the... 05/09/2008
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(1) What is GCSE Mathematics Coursework? The coursework element of GCSE Maths consists of two extended tasks (investigations), each worth 10 of the final mark. Altogether course... 11/30/2006
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Now, you decide to learn how to speak English. There are many online resources that can help you improve and practice you English. So, here are four easy steps to do just that. 08/05/2008
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With exams approaching this is a short article with reminders and advice for anyone about to take a mathematics exam and who will need to use a scientific calculator. 11/13/2007
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