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Introduction to Agriscience

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ISBN-10: 1401880029

ISBN-13: 9781401880026

Edition: 2006

Authors: Delmar Learning Staff

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Thomson Delmar Learning's new Introduction to Agriscience DVD series provides a multitude of visual mini-lessons. This series provides up-to-date content in order to enhance teaching of the many subject areas embraced by agriculture, technology, food, and natural resources-a teaching resource developed exclusively to meet the needs of Agriscience programs. The four (4) general topic areas of the DVD series include: Animal Science, Plant Science, Forestry and Natural Resources and Woodwork, Metal Work and Tools.
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Book details

List price: $317.99
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Binding: Digital, Other 
Size: 10.00" wide x 12.75" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.298
Language: English

Disc One (Animal Science): Animal Genetics
Genetic Engineering
Skeletal Systems
Muscular Systems
Endocrine and Immune System
Digestive System
Reproductive System
Reproduction Management
Animal Growth and Development
Animal Disease
Animal Nutrition
Animal Behavior and Safety
Animal Welfare
The Large Animal Industry
The Poultry Industry
Meat Science
The Dairy Industry
Small Animal Care
Alternative Animal Agriculture
Animal Waste Management
Animal Science Careers
Animal Caretaker
Agriculture Lab Technician
Hatchery Technician
Disc Two (Plant Science): Classical Plant Genetics
Classifying Plants
Propagation Techniques
Plant Anatomy and Physiology
Plant Growth
Heating the Greenhouse
Greenhouse Irrigation Systems
Container Plants
Trees, Fruits, and Nuts
Turf grass
Field Crops
Interior Plant Technician
Greenhouse Production Assistant
Seed Lab Technician
Disc Three (Forestry and Natural Resources & Woodwork, Metalwork, and Tools) History of Forestry Science
Natural Forest Types
Forest Ecology
Forest Fires
Harvesting and Forest Management
Veneer and Engineered Wood
Paper Making and Recycling
Environmental Management
Soil Conservation
Water Protection and Management
Air Pollution
Protection of Wildlife
Species Diversity
Waste Management
Energy Sources and Use
Forestry and Natural Resources Careers
Water Treatment Plant Operator
Forestry Technician
Soil Conservation Technician
Wood and Metalwork
Power Tools
Tool Fitting
Welding, Cutting, and Brazing with Gas Fuels
Arc Welding
Gasoline Engines
Plumbing, Hydraulics and Pneumatics
Concrete and Masonry
Agriculture Structures
Agribusiness and Technology Careers
Apprentice Carpenter
Apprentice Plumber
Tool & Die Maker