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Human Neurology deals essentially with the nervous system of humans. It also features the various theories put forward by prominent neurologists, such as Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung, and their analogies of the human brain and its inner workings. Objectives To impart information on the nervous system, particularly its cellular and physiological features To be..
This tutorial digs into the past to investigate the origins of life. The section is split into geological periods in the form of a timeline. Find out how life arrived on Earth, why, and how living things evolved into their current diversities today. Objectives To be familiar with the different geological periods and the major..
Mātauranga Māori is the living knowledge system of the indigenous people of New Zealand, including the relationships that Māori have with the environment. This lesson uses the Toheroa Abundance Project as an example of how Mātauranga Māori is influencing ecological outcomes. The lesson is designed to showcase the value of indigenous cultural perspectives and knowledge of the world around us. ..
Adaptation, in biology and ecology, refers to the process or trait through which organisms or the populations in a habitat become more suited or a better fit to their environment. It is similar to the term acclimatization in a way that both of them are processes that lead to the adjustment to a change, such..