Streetdancemovie by Cilia I´ve danced street for about 3 terms (newstarter), and I love it! In the first video, I´m the short, blonde one on first row with grey pants. Enjoy!
Cilia Motion This animation was created using a mathematical model generated by Dr. Sorin Mitran of the Mathematics Department at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The animation was created using Mel scripting in Maya done by Amit Chourasia and Callie Holderman.
Michael Dolce playing Charles Cilia Harlequin md series
Cilia Air Force's Medical Project Animation
Super Cilia Skin "Natura maxime miranda in minimis" (Nature is greatest in little things) Super Cilia Skin is a literal membrane separating a computer from its environment. Like our skin, it is haptic I/O membrane that can sense and simulate movement and wind flow. Our intention is to have it be universally applied to sheath any surface. As a display, it can mimic another person's gesture over a distance via a form of tangible telepresence. A hand-sized interface covered with Super Cilia Skin would produce subtle changes in surface texture that feel much like a telepresent "butterfly kiss." A small object surrounded with Super Cilia Skin could propel itself across the floor, or stop to create visually expressive changes in surface. Conversely, a Super Cilia Skin surface could propel objects across it using mechanical gestures like the movements of a centipede's feet.
Destroying the roots of cilia with Fugo blade This is done without charring. It takes a fraction of a second to treat one cilium
Thomas Ferkol, MD on cilia dysfunction in childhood disease In children, lung, sinus, or ear disease can result from dysfunction of cilia—tiny, hairlike structures in the respiratory and auditory tracts. The Children's Discovery Institute funds unique research on the genetics of cilia dysfunction in both rare, hereditary lung disease and common, chronic ear infections (otitis media). Thomas Ferkol, MD, a member of the investigative team, describes this research, conducted at Washington University and its School of Medicine in St. Louis.
Jonathan Cilia Trailer
Jonathan Tiersten-Sancta De Cilia Live at The Tin Angel 3-5-11
Cilia Bday Video part_1
Cilia and Flagella
Beating Cilia on a Frog Embryo A high speed video of a ciliated cell on a frog embryo at 100x magnification. The patch of cilia is about 20 um long, and each cilia moves at about 24 beats/second.
Terence Cilia vs Lloyd Trwein Cilia won by the poins, The boxing Arena tournament at Corradino sports Pavillion Malta 18-4-2008, Crawley Boxing club vs Malta select.
CILIA AND THE MUTATIONS - MEAN TO ME (STRANGLERS BACKING CELIA) Taken from the collection ''The Stranglers - The Rarities'' (2002)
Euglena under microscope lasso cilia Euglena under microscope long cilia spinning almost looks like a lasso. Euglena is a genus of unicellular protists, of the class Euglenoidea of the phylum Euglenozoa (also known as Euglenophyta). They are single-celled organisms. Currently, over 1000 species of Euglena have been described. There are many to be discovered. Marin et al. (2003) revised the genus to include several species without chloroplasts, formerly classified as Astasia and Khawkinea. Some Euglena are considered to have both plant and animal features. Due to these dual characteristics, much debate has arisen about how they should be classified. In binomial nomenclature, according to the five-kingdom classification scheme, euglena have been accurately placed into Kingdom Protista, more specifically into Subkingdom Protozoa, and even more specifically into Phylum Mastigophora, which use flagellum as a method of locomotion.
MUCUS AND CILIA MOVEMENT OF MUCUS
Freshwater Mussel TV - Cilia Action of Juvenile Freshwater Mussel This is a video of the cilia action of a 1-month-old juvenile freshwater mussel (Lampsilis radiata). Cilia cover the foot and line the mantle and are important in gathering food particles. Notice the two different sizes of cilia along the mantle's edge.
Terence Cilia vs Renald Tabone Boxing fight at SKY Club Paceville Malta 23-8-2008, Cilia won by the poins.
Terence Cilia - Boxing vs England Terence Cilia from Ying Yang Club representing Malta in a boxing match vs England
Functions of Cilia and Goblet Cells - CSTSGLOBAL Threats to functionality of the lungs: The air that enters the nose needs to be warmed, moistened and filtered before it gets to the lungs as it contains suspended matter such as pollen, bacteria, dust, fungal spores and virus. Protection the lung uses: The cells lining the respiratory tract play an important role in filtering the air and cleaning the nasal passages. They are of two types: ● Ciliated epithelial cells ● Goblet cells (which secrete mucus).
Scene 3: Cilia-Nature's Exquisite Nanomachines Join us as we take a journey where no human has ever set foot before: beneath the cell membrane as we explore the dynamics of cilia, nature's mighty and minuscule nanomachines!
Brownian motion of cilia
Magnetically-actuated artificial cilia for microfluidic propulsion Magnetically-actuated artificial cilia for microfluidic propulsion , C0LC00411A: Video related to research article appearing in Lab on a Chip. PR Onck et al "Magnetically-actuated artificial cilia for microfluidic propulsion ". Read the article at
Terence Cilia - MAAS European Champion 2006 European Titles in England 2006
CILIA PP.MPG A comparison of normal cilia versus PCD cilia. It is important to note that not all cases of PCD have such a strikingly abnormal beat pattern. Diagnosis of PCD relies on assessment of ultrastructural abnormalities--not ciliary beat.
Cilium - Rotate A short layed back track I made complete with a simple video.
The Adventures of Cilia and Flagella A Biology Project for Mr. Case
Terence Cilia vs Scott Richards (round 1) K1 fight K1 fight at Sky club Paceville Malta 27-11-2010, Cilia from Malta won by the points.
Cilia And Flagella Music video made my Dodson and Mash. "Mizerable" by Gackt.
Biology: Centrioles, Flagella, and Cilia for full video.
Terence Cilia - Middle / Full-Contact Champion 2008 Maltese Nationals Championship 2008
Dysfunction cilia Dysfunctional cilia lead to altered ependyma and choroid plexus function, and result in the formation of hydrocephalus. A,B: DIC; C,D: wide-field fluorescent microscopy
What are the Cilia ?
Spore - cilia monster From the nes game ABADOX
The tale of the tails: The crucial role of cilia in early development (John Wallingford) John Wallingford began his research trying to figure out how a fertilized egg changes from a small cluster of cells to something with shape—a head and a tail. How do tissues organize themselves to create that shape? Cilia, the small tails once thought to be mainly for swimming, turn out to be crucial for communication—helping cells know where to go and what to do. When cilia break down, the consequences can be devastating for a developing fetus. Impaired cilia are responsible for a newly recognized class of human disorders—the ciliopathies. Wallingford is particularly interested in the role of cilia in neural tube defects. The basic discoveries now being made in frogs could one day lead to a better way to prevent these potentially devastating disorders in humans. John Wallingford, Ph.D. - Associate Professor of Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology Affiliations - University of Texas at Austin; Howard Hughes Medical Institute Early Career Scientist Biography John Wallingford has identified some of the polarity genes responsible for embryo formation and is now trying to figure out how cells respond to cues from those genes. He takes his trainees out for coffee every day at 3 and encourages the playing of music in the lab. (Recent playlists have included Alejandro Escovedo, Neko Case, and The Rolling Stones.) www.bio.utexas.edu
CRAZY Cilia is this thing dying? did it swallow a piece of food and now it's chocking? WHAT"S GOING ON?!?!?!?! after filming this, the thing just stopped moving, and little moving creatures erupted from the bottom. Was it pregnant? Because i think it died! Perhaps to many peppers?
Normal cilia.mpg Normal ciliated epithelium. Note the vigorous and coordinated 'wave.'
flagella & cilia shows d' movement of flagella & cilia in algae
Cilia beat frequency response to temperature & humidity changes Beating cilia create mucus transport in the respiratory system. In this clip cilia beat frequency is measured, using time series ***ysis, during changes in temperature & humidity. This work helps illustrate one of the benefits provided by respiratory humidifiers such as the Fisher & Paykel Healthcare AIRVO™.
Terence Cilia vs Scott Richards (round 2) K1 fight K1 fight at Sky club Paceville Malta 27-11-2010, Cilia from Malta won by the points.