Scientific Eye Series 3 (1990)
A series of five programmes from the broadcast schools' science series, each of which examines a single topic, with individual stories being used to illustrate more general scientific ideas.
The programmes are: Habitat and dependence; Cells and systems; Stars and planets; Weather and rocks; Electronics and controls.
1 Why did the medics start by trying to get the patient’s heart going?
2 What did William Harvey figure out about the heart and blood?
3 What invention made people realise that all things are made from cells?
4 From where did pupils collect their animal cells?
5 Describe the cells that they looked at by giving the shape and 2 other features mentioned.
6 How was the toad skin cells different from the cell’s in question 5?
7 What 2 things do all living things need?
8 List a few uses for yeast as described in the video.
9 Why did the pupils pour bleach on the yeast battery?
10 Which 3 methods did the gardener use to try and wipe out the weeds? Which one worked best?
11 What caused the “plant cancer”? What exactly is a cancer?
Tagged under: Cells,Systems
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