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resources for the study of physical and chemical functions of the tissues and organ systems of an organism

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    Brain and Mind - A Christian Perspective Tertiary-Lifelong
    Koh looks at "the philosophical questions revolving around the mind-brain relationship which challenge the Christian to consider the human brain from the standpoint of the human person, and the person from the standpoint of God's purposes." This...

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    Branching Blood Vessels Grade 11-Tertiary
    "This activity explores some of the factors that affect blood flow in branching vessels and is designed for AP Biology, Anatomy & Physiology, and Physics. You may want to do this as activity as a series of labs or you can assign the problems to different...

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    Genetically Programmed Cell Death - Concepts of Death and Immortality in the Age of the Genome Tertiary-Lifelong
    Scientific discoveries have done much to complicate matters of life and death. Perhaps the most significant such revelation in recent decades has been that every cell in our bodies has a built-in, and genetically controlled suicide capability. This is also...

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    Health Information Online Grade 9-Lifelong
    Looking for information about health topics, anatomy or medicine? This webpage, built by Andrews University's reference librarian Wolfhard Touchard, will guide you to the best online resources and guides on the topic.

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    The Human Body - Organization and Systems Unit Grade 6-Grade 12
    "In this unit, we will explore the main systems of the human body, the organs that belong to those systems, and the functions of each. This unit was designed based on the NAD curriculum for 6th grade science, but may easily be adapted to middle school...

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    The Rainbow Is All in Your Head Grade 9-Lifelong
    How did creatures come to have this sound, vision, smell, and romance generating equipment in their heads? For more than a hundred years, science has been explaining this as the result of mutation and natural selection– purely impersonal natural processes....