10 Amazing Facts About Our Human Body

, , , Publication date: Publisher: 10 Amazing Facts About Our Human Body. (2012, September 19). Retrieved June 17, 2015, from http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2012/09/19/10-amazing-human-body-facts.aspx Flesch–Kincaid 13.2 Description This article talks about 10 amazing facts about our human body.  Some of the topics include shocking facts like how eating boogers might be healthy, and loneliness is physically painful. This is […]

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Physiology DeMYSTiFied

Laym, Dale , , Publication date: Publisher: Layman, D. (2004). Physiology demystified. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. Flesch–Kincaid 11.7 Description This book begins with solid, basic information and gently guides the reader through as the subject matter becomes more complex. The book is organized as a self-teaching guide that contains very thorough explanations and analogies. The book […]

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10 interesting things about the human body

, , , Publication date: Publisher: 10 Interesting Things About The Human Body. (2011, May 17). Retrieved June 17, 2015, from http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2011/05/10-interesting-things-about-the-human-body/ Flesch–Kincaid 11.0 Description This article talks about 10 amazing facts about our human body. There are 10 interesting facts and additional explanations. Some of the topics are shocking facts – eating boogers might […]

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Chemistry: A Volatile History

Author: Homan, Ros Publication date: February 3rd, 2010 Publisher: BBC Four Flesch–Kincaid N/A Description This is a short, four-minute clip from a BBC documentary series called “Chemistry – A Volatile History.” The focus of this clip is Dmitri Mendeleev, the scientist credited with the first arrangement of the elements in a Periodic Table. Though Mendeleev’s […]

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The Disappearing Spoon

Author: Kean, Sam Publication date: July 12th, 2010 Publisher: Little, Brown and Company Flesch–Kincaid 12.0 Description This bestselling history of the elements takes readers through a journey of invention, discovery, politics, betrayal, and romance. The Disappearing Spoon is a comprehensive account of the Periodic Table, infusing elements of literature, history, and compelling story-telling. The book […]

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The Making of the Fittest: Natural Selection and Adaptation

, Nachman, Michael , Publication date: 2012 Publisher: Howard Hughes Medical Institute Nachman, M. (2012). The Making of the Fittest: Natural Selection and Adaptation | HHMI’s BioInteractive. Retrieved June 14, 2015. Flesch–Kincaid N/A but high school level Description This fun film shows that not only is evolution happening right now, everywhere around us, but adaptive […]

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Animal Earth: The Amazing Diversity of Living Creatures

Piper, Ross , , Publication date:2013 Publisher:Thames and Hudson Piper, R. (2013). Animal Earth: The Amazing Diversity of Living Creatures. New York: Thames and Hudson Flesch–Kincaid 12.9 Description What most of us think of as the animal kingdom really only accounts for a tiny portion of the tens of millions of species that inhabit our planet. […]

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In Search of the Causes of Evolution: From Field Observations to Mechanisms

Grant, Peter , , Publication date:2010 Publisher: Princeton University Press Grant, P. (2010). In Search of the Causes of Evolution: From Field Observations to Mechanisms. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Flesch–Kincaid 10.2 Description This book brings together many of today’s pioneers in evolutionary biology to describe the latest advances and explain why a cross-disciplinary and integrated […]

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