Human machine (Bodyzone)

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Distributed by Schlessinger Media,
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[2004, 2007], c1997.
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English
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One of an 8-part series of adventures in a virtual science museum. This segment investigates the most complex machine of all-- the human body. Discusses what it requires for survival and describes its intricate systems. Shows how a network of signals enables us to breathe, see, hear and digest food. Examines circulation. Looks at the function of organs and cells. Shows how the brain organizes its information.
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full_title human machine bodyzone
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auth_author2 Butt, Bill., Hanson, David., Hearle, Alex., Kamei, Mike., Matthews, Jill., Mortimore, Martin., Sachs, Andrew., Sheen, Martin.
author2-role BBC Lionheart Television (Firm), BBC Scienceworld (Firm), BBC Worldwide Americas, Inc., Butt, Bill., Dorling Kindersley Limited., Dorling Kindersley Vision., Hanson, David., Hearle, Alex., Kamei, Mike., Matthews, Jill., Mortimore, Martin., Oregon Public Broadcasting., Sachs, Andrew., Schlessinger Media., Sheen, Martin.
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subject_facet Body, Human, Children's films, Educational films, Educational videos, Human body -- Juvenile films, Human physiology, Human physiology -- Juvenile films, Physiology, Video recordings for children, Video recordings for the hearing impaired, Videodiscs
title_display Human machine (Bodyzone)
title_full Human machine (Bodyzone) [videorecording] / director, Alex Hearle ; writer, David Hanson ; DVD produced & directed by Jill Matthews .
title_short Human machine (Bodyzone)
topic_facet Body, Human, Human body, Human physiology, Physiology, Videodiscs
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