Jackson, Fatimah Linda Collier
Most widely held works about Fatimah Linda Collier Jackson
Most widely held works by Fatimah Linda Collier Jackson
Motherland moving on ( Visual )
2 editions published in 2003 in English and held by 16 libraries worldwide
The film "Motherland: a genetic journey," followed three people of African descent who traced their roots through DNA testing. Shot in the UK, USA, Africa and Jamaica, this film picks up their story two years later. Mark discovers that his ancestors belonged to the Kanuri tribe but he cannot communicate with them since there is a language barrier. Beaula learns that she has ancestors that belong to more than one tribe and some of the people are only interested in what gifts she can offer them. Jacqueline visits English cousins who are white who accept her as part of the family. All three participants feel enriched by their new discoveries but understand that DNA tracing may lead to complicated emotional discoveries.
Newton's apple multimedia. #6, Blood typing. Bones. Fatimah Jackson ( Visual )
2 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 13 libraries worldwide
Learn what plasma is, what antigens are, and why knowing the donor and recipient's blood type is important for transfusion. Also learn about the three types of human bones, two basic cells, and how to keep them healthy. Meet a scientist (Fatimah Jackson) who studies the relationship between plants and medicine.
Blood typing, bones ( Visual )
2 editions published in 1999 in English and held by 7 libraries worldwide
Part of a series for the middle school science curriculum, correlated to the National Science Education Standards. This segment covers two topics in the life science and health curriculum, blood typing and bones. In the unit on blood typing, host David Heil donates some blood and finds out how his donation is used. Explains plasma, antigen, and why knowing the donor's and recipient's blood type is vitally important to do a transfusion. In the unit on bones, host Eileen Galindo and expert Kathy Bryant cut a giant bone in half to discover the structure and substances that make up human bones. Explains the three types of bones in the human body, the two basic types of cells that make up bones, and how to keep bones healthy. Also includes a segment featuring Fatimah Jackson, biological anthropologist who studies the relationship between plants and medicine.
Discovery labs in biological anthropology by Fatimah Linda Collier Jackson ( Book )
1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 4 libraries worldwide
How genetics can provide detail to the transatlantic African diaspora by Fatimah Linda Collier Jackson ( Book )
1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Race and ethnicity in America by Alison S Brooks ( Book )
1 edition published in 1993 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Africa African Americans African diaspora Blacks Blood Blood--Study and teaching Bones Bones--Study and teaching Case studies Cassava DNA--Research Educational television programs England Ethnicity Films Genealogy Genetic genealogy Genetics--Research Heredity, Human Human genetics Jackson, Fatimah Linda Collier Juvenile works Medicinal plants Physical anthropology Race awareness Race relations Television programs United States Women scientists
Jackson, F. L. C. (Fatimah Linda Collier)