Xylem and Phloem – Transport in Plants | Plants | Biology | FuseSchool

Xylem and Phloem – Transport in Plants | Plants | Biology | FuseSchool

We could just say movement of water and minerals and movement of glucose and amino acids… But this is science, and so we like to have special terms to describe these processes! In these 3 part videos, we’re going to look at the transport systems in plants for moving food, water and minerals around. We […]

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Alton’s Cutthroat After-Show: Lunch | Food Network

Alton’s Cutthroat After-Show: Lunch | Food Network

– Hey, food fans. Alton Brown here with Duff Goldman for the “Cutthroat Kitchen Post-show,” where we take the judge of the day– and this was our judge of the day– and illuminate them as to our evilicious ways. Everything, of course, was thematic to high school. Of which, I don’t know about you, I […]

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Food and Nutrition

Food and Nutrition

Hello, my name is Loretta Zullo and I’m the Director of Food & Nutrition for Mesa Public Schools. And today I’d like to share with you a little bit about what we do here at Food & Nutrition. The Food & Nutrition department supports the educational process by serving healthy meals to our students, providing […]

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FOOD FRONTIERS

We’re in ranch country, and we’re in a very isolated area. I’m married to a rancher, and he’s the fourth generation to live on that ranch. Before there was a grocery store here, people drove a minimum of 42 miles to a grocery store. When I moved to town we had been without a grocery […]

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Justin Simmons to Busy Parents: Meal Planning With MyPlate

Justin Simmons to Busy Parents: Meal Planning With MyPlate

– Hey busy parents, I’ve got 30 seconds to tell you about balanced nutrition, but I’m only gonna do it in 10, so you can have a whole 20 seconds of peace and quiet. Use My Plate as a guide to balance fruits, veggies, protines, grains, and dairy in your family’s diet. Learn more at […]

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Making Stone Tools | Big History Project

Making Stone Tools | Big History Project

My name is Nicholas Toth. I am the co-director of the Stone Age Institute and a professor of anthropology at Indiana University. And I want to show you what our ancestors started doing about two and a half million years ago, that we can see on the African continent. The earliest archaeological record are very […]

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Foods that were NEW in the 2000s! (Cheat Day)

Foods that were NEW in the 2000s! (Cheat Day)

So today’s cheat day is kind of a throwback. It’s already a throwback which kind of freaks me out we’re talking about foods that came to popularity in the 2000s which I was like. Oh so like a year ago What it’s really showing your age, I feel like that was ten years ago I […]

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