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Fri Mar 21 17:16:05 2014 UTClccn-n811236590.06Poisoning the land /0.270.66The Hunting ape91880465n 81123659668595Weitz, M.lccn-n84200394Sabbagh, Karlausprolccn-n80050316Films for the Humanities (Firm)lccn-n85093898Goldcrest Films and Televisionnp-cooper, derekCooper, Dereknrtlccn-n80113944Société nationale de télévision en couleur "Antenne 2."lccn-n79090011Barnard, Christiaan1922-2001lccn-no95034229Margolyes, Miriamnrtnp-barlow, davidBarlow, Davidnc-goldcrest multimediaGoldcrest Multimedianp-lyte, johnLyte, JohnWeitz, MartinJuvenile worksDigestionNeural circuitryAgingPollution--Environmental aspectsEnvironmental protectionNeurophysiologyReflexesUrinary organsWater in the bodyBrainKidneysAppetiteHungerSalivary glandsOrgans (Anatomy)--AgingIntellectThought and thinkingMemoryGastrointestinal systemIatrogenic diseasesTeeth--GrowthHuman growthCell divisionBody fluidsBody temperature--RegulationWound healingWater-electrolyte balance (Physiology)DeglutitionNervesAging--Physiological aspectsRiskHuman bodyMedical careCerebral cortexDecision makingHuman physiologyLiverIntestinesOrgans (Anatomy)Colon (Anatomy)Neural transmissionHuman biologyTherapeutics--ComplicationsDrugs--Side effectsNervous systemDigestive organsHuman evolutionHuman behaviorHuman beings--OriginHunting and gathering societies196919801982198419851988198919901991199219931994199519971998199920002001200320042005200620072013161295182612QP361ocn0279952442482ocn025630230book19920.06Weitz, MartinPoisoning the landJuvenile worksDescribes the ways in which we are polluting the earth and why this poses problems for us and future generations. Also examines practical solutions to prevent further pollution1208ocn031825370visu19840.33Sabbagh, KarlWater!This program shows the crucial part water plays in the body's functioning and the system for keeping it in balance. Drinking, sweating, and breathing are covered. The urinary tract is analyzed in detail, with particular attention to the functioning of the kidneys1189ocn026925345visu19840.28BreakdownShows what happens to food through the entire human alimentary canal. Shows how food is dissolved in acid, how the liver and gall bladder work, and how digestion and absorption are carried out971ocn007976328book19820.25Weitz, MartinHealth shock : how to avoid ineffective and hazardous medical treatment872ocn008083313book19800.25Weitz, MartinHealth shock : a guide to ineffective and hazardous medical treatment745ocn026925424visu19840.32Sabbagh, KarlEating to liveExplores appetite and hunger in the human body. By means of photography of the interior of the body, shows the actions of a salivary gland, the swallowing reflex, and the churning of the stomach as food is broken down and processed595ocn028539973visu19850.39DecisionShows how the human brain organizes input and output to make a simple but lifesaving decision. Examines the functions of the cortex, nerve circuits, and individual nerve cells586ocn025838381visu19850.47The Living bodyExplores the human nervous system showing how nerve signals are transmitted. Examines the part played by nerve messages in reflex actions and the chemical and electrical activities of nerve cell networks561ocn026563865visu19910.35Nerves at workExplores the human nervous system, showing how nerve signals are transmitted. Examines the part played by nerve messages in reflex actions and the chemical and electrical activities of nerve cell networks564ocn028537100visu19840.37AgingCovers the physical processes of aging in the human body, examining the various body systems to see how and why they change with age. Discusses the changes that are unavoidable and those that can be slowed down or reversed485ocn053277924visu19840.37Sabbagh, KarlThe Living bodyThis 26-part program explores the many structures and every major function, system, and organ of the human body. Uses the latest diagnostic tools fitted with cameras to provide interior views, while conversion of the entire human body to a computer database provides high resolution, three-dimensional color images of anatomical and physiological processes. The series divides this information into the following broad categories: introduction to the body, the senses, sleep, cell duplication, the urinary tract, digestion, muscles and joints, mechanisms of defense, hormones, the nervous system, the circulatory system, reproduction, the aging process, and a review432ocn027995244visu19840.20Ageing"This program covers the physical process of aging, examining the various body systems to see how and why they change as they age. It also shows that not all the changes in older people are inevitable and that some changes in the aging body can be slowed down or reversed."414ocn027122377visu19880.35Sabbagh, KarlOur talented brainThird program of a three-part segment; explores the relationship of culture to the neural system of the brain364ocn028699671book19920.07Weitz, MartinEnvenenar la tierraJuvenile worksDescribes the ways in which we are polluting the earth and why this poses problems for us and future generations. Also examines practical solutions to prevent further pollution343ocn060082964book19800.24Weitz, MartinHealth shock284ocn220458085visu19840.28Hot and coldShows the range of mechanisms through which the human body maintains a steady internal temperature and protects its vital organs. Covers shivering, hair erection, changes in blood flow, sweating, and panting285ocn612670114book19920.37Weitz, MartinPräzise optische Messungen von Lamb-Verschiebungen am Wasserstoff- und Deuteriumatom273ocn712795109visu19840.33AccidentThe body is like a self-supporting hospital, able to deal on its own with wounds, bacterial invasions, fractures, and obstructions to its various passages. This program follows the sequence of events over seconds and weeks when skin or bone is damaged and shows the defensive reactions of blood clotting, fever, and mending of bone fracture232ocn220457991visu19840.31Growth and changeExplores growth in the human body. Studies cell division and multiplication through cinemicrophotography and the growth of a tooth through time-lapse photography213ocn041471206visu19990.66The Hunting apeAnthropologist Desmond Morris reveals the animal roots of human behavior and focuses on the primal ancestors of humans, their eating and hunting habits and shows how they adopted a social organization that included division of labor and use of a permanent, fortified base of operationsFri Mar 21 15:31:59 EDT 2014batch14470