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DVDs at Stafford Library
Journey to the Planet Earth
This series illustrates the desperate need for a balance between the needs of people and the environment to ensure a healthy, productive society.
Understanding Inheritance: Mendel, method, and mapping
Teacher's guide, study questions, test, crossword puzzle, and puzzle answers are on DVD in pdf. files.
Kingdom Animalia: the vertibrates
Studies the evolutionary origins and adaptations of vertebrates.
Kingdom animali: the invertebrates
y "Looks at the evolutionary trends such as cephalization, segmentation, changes in body symmetry, increases in locomotive efficiency and the development of increasingly complex tissues and organs that occur as one goes from the sponges of phylum Porifera to the octopuses of class Cephalogoda. Structural, functional, and behavioral adaptations unique to members of each of the invertebrate phyla including: Cnidaria, Platyhelminthes, Nemotoda, Annelida, Arthropoda, Mollusca, Echinodermata are discussed in detail."
Selected Streaming Videos
Inside the Animal Mind Series
From the dog’s ability to know when its owner will return to the cleverest birds in the world and the manipulative power of dolphins, this series reveals the surprising and fascinating ways in which animals understand the world around them. Each program explores a separate psychological question, building up an unprecedented picture of the mind of the animal. How do they understand the world around them? How do they solve problems? And how do they interact socially?
Plant Odysseys Series
This series explores the biological and botanical history of four iconic plants—including the rose, the tulip, and the water lily. It traces each plant's epic journey across millennia, looking at how millions of years of evolution have created unique characteristics and how man has bent these traits to his will and the vagaries of fashion.