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Biology


Male Reproductive Tract: Porcine Testis

Male Reproductive Tract: Porcine Testis

Dissections for the Science Classroom

This dissection looks at the external and internal features of the testis of a male pig, describing how the testis and its two main types of cells – germ cells and Leydig cells – function in sperm and hormone production. Complemented by...Show More
Female Reproductive Tract: Bovine

Female Reproductive Tract: Bovine

Dissections for the Science Classroom

This dissection of a bovine female reproductive tract explores the physical structure of the vulva, vagina, cervix, uterus and ovaries, describing the process of reproduction from hormonal triggers, to ovulation, to the path of sperm as...Show More
Male Reproductive Tract: Bovine

Male Reproductive Tract: Bovine

Dissections for the Science Classroom

This dissection of a bovine male reproductive tract explores the physical structure of the penis, scrotum and testes, and the various muscles and tissues that allow the organs to move, extend and retract during mating. The video describes the...Show More
The Pluck: Cardiac and Respiratory System

The Pluck: Cardiac and Respiratory System

Dissections for the Science Classroom

Pluck refers to the internal organs of an animal, including the tongue, larynx, oesophagus, heart, lungs and diaphragm. In this dissection, these organs are studied in detail to show their roles in supporting the body’s many systems including...Show More
Porcine (Piglet) Internal Organs

Porcine (Piglet) Internal Organs

Dissections for the Science Classroom

A comprehensive exploration of the internal organs, this dissection of a piglet that did not survive the birthing process studies the full animal from top to tail. Describing the physical mechanics of dissecting a whole animal as well as the...Show More
Squid

Squid

Dissections for the Science Classroom

The squid is a distinctive ocean-dweller belonging to the group known as cephalopods. This dissection shows the number of features and adaptations that makes the squid so well-suited to ocean life, including its camouflaging chromatophores,...Show More
Fish

Fish

Dissections for the Science Classroom

Osteichthyes, or bony fish, make up approximately 95 per cent of all fish species. This dissection of an Australian Mullet reveals the specialised internal and external features that make life underwater possible, including its fins, gills,...Show More
Crayfish

Crayfish

Dissections for the Science Classroom

The Redclaw Crayfish, found in northern Australia and Papua New Guinea, is a decapod (ten-legged) crustacean. This dissection covers the main bodily systems of the Redclaw, including the reproductive, nervous, circulatory and digestive systems,...Show More
Cane Toad

Cane Toad

Dissections for the Science Classroom

Looking at the respiratory, digestive and reproductive organs as well as some bone and muscle groups, this comprehensive dissection of a cane toad reveals some of the unique features of amphibians. Complemented by clear, illustrative diagrams,...Show More
Bovine Eye

Bovine Eye

Dissections for the Science Classroom

Forming part of the nervous system, the eyes are complex organs responsible for receiving light from the environment and conveying this information through nerve signals to the brain. This dissection of a cow’s eye shows the optic nerve,...Show More
Ovine Brain

Ovine Brain

Dissections for the Science Classroom

Acting as the body’s control centre, the brain is responsible for all the essential functions of the body. This dissection of a sheep’s brain, complemented by clear, illustrative diagrams, looks at the brain’s two hemispheres and their four...Show More
Porcine Kidney

Porcine Kidney

Dissections for the Science Classroom

The kidneys play a vital role in the body by filtering blood, removing wastes and producing urine. This dissection of a pig’s kidney shows the structure of the kidney, including the renal artery and vein, the renal pelvis, cortex and medulla,...Show More
Ovine Heart

Ovine Heart

Dissections for the Science Classroom

The central component of the circulatory system, the heart plays a vital role in moving nutrients and waste around the body. This dissection of a sheep’s heart shows the structure of the organ, including its chambers, veins, arteries and...Show More
Homeostasis and Disease

Homeostasis and Disease

Homeostasis

Homeostatic imbalances, which occur when feedback loops are broken or altered, can have very serious, or even fatal, consequences. This video covers diabetes, hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism, explaining in detail how they result from...Show More
Body Systems and Homeostasis

Body Systems and Homeostasis

Homeostasis

Body systems, particularly the nervous and endocrine systems, play an important role in maintaining homeostasis and they are highly developed in mammals. This video investigates the role of body systems in maintaining a steady state, detailing...Show More
Pandemics

Pandemics

The word pandemic comes from Greek and means “pertaining to all people”. At the end of 2019, the infectious disease covid-19 was discovered. It then spread all over the world, which had enormous consequences for millions of people. In this...Show More
Maintaining Homeostasis

Maintaining Homeostasis

Homeostasis

Homeostasis is required for healthy functioning and is achieved when the conditions within the body are in a steady state. This video looks at homeostasis and dynamic equilibrium in the human body, explaining step-by-step how homeostatic...Show More
The Impact on Body Functions

The Impact on Body Functions

Homeostasis

Homeostasis maintains internal conditions so that cells can function normally, fundamentally contributing to survival and good health. This video looks at homeostatic processes in single-celled and multicellular organisms, explaining the critical...Show More
What Is Homeostasis?

What Is Homeostasis?

Homeostasis

Homeostatic processes occur in a range of organisms, enabling them to withstand a wide range of changes in the external environment. This video covers the basic facts about homeostasis with a focus on thermoregulation in the human body,...Show More

The Common Cold (Rhinovirus)

It's time to start going through a variety of common viruses, so let's start with the most common one of them all, the one that most often causes the common cold. It's called Rhinovirus, and it is a member of the picornavirus family. What does...Show More
Forests

Forests

In this video, we learn about forests, one of the world’s biggest biomes. We’ll start by discussing what a forest really is - because it’s a lot more than just trees! The forest is in many ways a key resource, above all for the climate,...Show More
Transportation of Water and Minerals in Plants

Transportation of Water and Minerals in Plants

Life Processes: Transportation

Plants require water and minerals for proper growth. Root hair absorb water through osmosis, and minerals using energy from the soil. Water and minerals pass through the inner root cells and enter the xylem of the roots, from where they travel...Show More
The Terrestrial Zone

The Terrestrial Zone

The Pond: Community Ecology in Action

The terrestrial zone is the area of land around the pond that is not regularly inundated with water. This video looks at biotic and abiotic factors in the terrestrial zone, discussing the flora and fauna found in this zone and the potential...Show More
The Littoral Zone: Food Chains and Food Webs

The Littoral Zone: Food Chains and Food Webs

The Pond: Community Ecology in Action

The organisms found in the littoral zone are critical for the biological cycling of abiotic factors. This video explores the complex relationships between primary producers, lower level consumers and higher order consumers and how they can be...Show More
The Limnetic Zone

The Limnetic Zone

The Pond: Community Ecology in Action

The euphotic and profundal zones, which together comprise the limnetic zone, are home to a variety of organisms. This video looks at the characteristics of primary producers and consumers and how energy is transferred and lost through the...Show More